Congratulations to Dyche Mullins for being selected as a new Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator!

Dyche was selected from a pool of 1,155 applicants, and joins 16 other HHMI investigators at UCSF.

His lab studies the regulation and dynamics of the actin cytoskeleton—how living cells establish polarity and use actin polymerization to change shape or propel themselves forward.

Press releases: UCSF, HHMI