Alice S. Huang
Dr. Huang, an international consultant on science policy, higher education, and career development, was formerly Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Harvard Medical School and Director of the Laboratories of Infectious Diseases at Boston's Children's Hospital.
Afterwards, Dr. Huang served as Dean for Science at New York University and Sr. Councilor for External Relations at the California Institute of Technology. At NYU she upgraded the science departments in the Faculty of Arts and Science and promoted new collaborations such as the one between the Courant Institute and the Tisch School of the Arts that led to the development of "Silicon Alley" in NYC.
Dr. Huang has extensive experience in consulting for government agencies, universities, research institutes, and non-profit boards. Her current board membership includes the Rockefeller Foundation.