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Marc  Tessier-Lavigne

Marc Tessier-Lavigne

Bing Presidential Professor

Head of Laboratory

Marc received undergraduate degrees from McGill University and from Oxford University, where he was a Rhodes Scholar, and a Ph.D. from University College London (UCL). After postdoctoral work at UCL and at Columbia University, he established his laboratory at the University of California, San Francisco, where he was named an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. He later moved to Stanford, where he was the Susan B. Ford Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, and then to Genentech Inc., where he served as Chief Scientific Officer and Executive Vice President of Research, as well as running his laboratory. He joined The Rockefeller University in 2011 as President and Carson Family Professor, and as Head of the Laboratory of Brain Development and Repair.

In 2016, Marc became Stanford University's 11th president. He also maintains research activities as Head of Laboratory and Bing Presidential Professor in the Department of Biology.

Lab Members

Senior Research Scientist, Laboratory Manager
Postdoctoral Associate
Life Science Research Professional
Postdoctoral Associate
Life Science Research Professional
Postdoctoral Associate
Postdoctoral Fellow
Laboratory Assistant
Life Science Research Professional

Alumni

Postdoctoral Affiliate
Postdoctoral Associate
Life Science Research Professional
Life Sciences Research Professional
Basic Life Science Research Scientist
Undergraduate Researcher
Life Science Research Professional
Undergraduate Researcher
Undergraduate Researcher
Life Science Research Professional
Undergraduate Researcher
Basic Life Science Research Scientist
Life Science Research Professional