HudsonAlpha Impact Report 2023



Neil lamb, Phd President, Hudsonalpha Institute for Biotechnology

Jim Hudson and the late Lonnie McMillian founded HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology with the goal of uniting scientific research, education, and economic development under one organization dedicated to improving life through genomics. As we celebrated our 15th anniversary this year, I can proudly say that we have risen to our founders’ challenge; HudsonAlpha is changing the world through scientific breakthroughs, inspiring millions of learners through STEM education, and sparking significant economic impact in the state of Alabama. To mark this special occasion, we celebrated with a 15th Anniversary Series of public talks and events that helped connect people with HudsonAlpha’s mission. Celebrating this milestone with members of our community who attended anniversary series events was truly special. Thank you for participating and making this year so memorable. Over the last year, with your support, HudsonAlpha pioneered discoveries that improve human health and well-being. Our scientists made discoveries in pancreatic and ovarian cancer that could impact drug treatment for chemo-resistant cancers, continued to make advances in understanding and diagnosing rare disease, and applied cutting-edge single-cell technology to identify new genes related to Alzheimer’s disease. Our plant genomics program continues to tackle some of our world’s most critical challenges as we work to solve global hunger and protect our planet. Our recently dedicated Terry & Herb Lewis Demonstration Garden allows the public to learn about and interact with the plants that contribute to this research, many of which are growing in the Kathy L. Chan Greenhouse adjacent to the garden. In addition to our research programs, HudsonAlpha continued to have a far-reaching impact across our community, our state, and beyond through our Educational Outreach and Economic Development initiatives. Our educational programs reached over 1.5 million students, teachers, and learners over the last year, and a third-party study recorded that HudsonAlpha had a $4.2 billion economic impact on our state. Because of your outstanding support, HudsonAlpha faces a bright future marked by continued discovery, innovation, and progress. Thank you! Together, we are harnessing the promise of genomics to advance healthcare, foster a cleaner and healthier planet, and improve people’s lives today and tomorrow.

With gratitude,



As a non-profit, philanthropy is a critical part of supporting life-changing research. The Innovation Fund provides unrestricted, strategic resources to propel HudsonAlpha into the future. Resources in the Innovation Fund are put to immediate use, rapidly impacting the Institute by supporting five key pillars of innovation: talent, technology, seeding, scaling, and training . These five pillars make up the building blocks that fast track ideas to solutions.





SINCE ITS CREATION, THE INNOVATION FUND HAS SUPPORTED: The Purchase of two PacBio® Revio® DNA sequencers These powerful machines exponentially boost our capacity to sequence DNA, accelerating breakthroughs in agricultural science and childhood genetic disorders. The Revios provide 15 times more data than older sequencers, at a significantly lower cost and at faster speeds. The Innovation Fund made it possible for HudsonAlpha to be one of the first institutes in the world to purchase this pioneering technology. Recruiting new faculty

HudsonAlpha’s brilliant scientists drive discoveries into knowledge for real-world applications. By adding talent, we increase our capacity for research and impact. Because of the Innovation Fund , HudsonAlpha is able to compete with research Institutes across the country to recruit a new Faculty Investigator to lead life-saving research on neurological diseases. The expansion of the HudsonAlpha Training Program Graduate students and post-doctoral fellows are the engine that powers our labs and a critical resource to making discoveries. The Innovation Fund allows HudsonAlpha to deepen its commitment to the future of STEM and educate future leaders in the STEM workforce. Boosting HudsonAlpha’s bio-cybersecurity program HudsonAlpha uses specialized tools like DNA sequencers to analyze genetic data and make life-changing clinical, agricultural, and environmental discoveries. Protecting these tools is essential to future breakthroughs. HudsonAlpha’s Bio-Cybersecurity Lab aims to secure HudsonAlpha’s genomic data while partnering with entrepreneurs and fostering students in the cybersecurity space.




As part of a year-long celebration of HudsonAlpha’s 15th anniversary year, the Institute opened its doors for a series of free public events. Over 3,500 people attended our 15th Anniversary Series events! The series included a variety of new and exciting events, including a research update from HudsonAlpha President Dr. Neil Lamb and a special guest speaker seminar featuring Eric Green, MD, PhD, Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute at the NIH. Events like Tiny Genes, Big Effects and Transformative Technologies shared the Institute’s global impact on plant genomics and biotech entrepreneurship respectively. HudsonAlpha launched a new public education program, HudsonAlpha U , which was presented to audiences both in Huntsville and throughout Alabama’s Wiregrass region.

Danny Windham

An Update from Dr. Neil Lamb

Memory & Mobility

Tiny Genes, Big Effects

HudsonAlpha U Nights

Eric Green, MD, PhD

A huge thank you to Avilution and The Keene Group at Morgan Stanley for making our 15th Anniversary Series possible!


Thank you to everyone who supported these events by attending, sponsoring, or donating!

Double Helix Dash $43,316 Raised for childhood genetic disorder research and for the Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine

Spring Benefit 15th Anniversary Celebration $268,481 Raised for the Innovation Fund

Tie The Ribbons $200,483 Raised for breast and ovarian cancer programs

Tie the Ribbons

Mary-Claire King, PhD

Spring Benefit

At the Forefront of Genomics

Double Helix Dash

for your support!


Using the power of genomics to improve life … Genomics is driving change around the world. From improving agriculture to revolutionizing healthcare and protecting our environment, HudsonAlpha is leveraging the promise of genomics to innovate and make life-changing discoveries.

Scan to learn more about HudsonAlpha’s many scientific research programs.


Sara Cooper, PhD, Faculty Investigator , and her laboratory are experts at understanding the genetic contributors behind many types of cancer, including breast, ovarian, pancreatic, colorectal, and prostate cancer. Dr. Cooper’s team discovered that overexpression of a gene called ANGPLT4 is closely linked with chemo-resistance and metastasis in pancreatic cancer. Identifying drug treatments that target ANGPTL4 could reverse chemo-resistance and provide a much-needed therapeutic option for cancer patients. Dr. Cooper and her team have also

applied CRISPR technology to test the impact of thousands of genes on chemo- resistance. This study has led to the identification of three new genes that are being explored to identify potential drug targets in ovarian cancer. Dr. Cooper’s ovarian cancer research is supported by Rosie’s Mexican Cantina , Presenting Sponsor for our annual Tie the Ribbons luncheon .

Sara Cooper, PhD Faculty investigator

Using genomic technologies, we can untangle the genetic reasons behind treatment-resistant can- cers using an unbiased approach. Equipped with those discoveries, we can better understand how patients will respond to existing treatments and identify targets for new drugs that could improve response and increase patient survival. — Sara Cooper, PhD HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigator

INFORMATION IS POWER CONTINUES TO GROW HudsonAlpha’s Information is Power initiative is making genetic testing for cancer risk more accessible than ever before. The test checks for mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, as well as other genes, to inform participants of their risk for developing breast, ovarian, colon, prostate, pancreatic, and endometrial cancers. Since launching in 2015, more than 6,400 people have participated in Information is Power. Funding from the Russel Hill Cancer Foundation , the Alabama Power Foundation , the Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama, the Daniel Foundation of Alabama, and the Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville’s Racial Equity Fund has made it possible to expand the program’s local and statewide partnerships, including collaborations with Alabama A&M University, Miles College, Alabama State University, Talladega College and the Rural Health Medical Program.

Information is Power has reframed the way I look at my future. I wish that my grandmother and aunts who passed away from breast cancer had a chance to know their risk and prepare. I didn’t have enough time with them. Information is Power is worth it because of the opportunity you gain to have more time with your loved ones. — Jessica Sanders, Information is Power participant


Over 65 million people worldwide suffer from a neurodegenerative disease like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, or ALS. As cognitive and physical functions decline, these devastating diseases have a severe impact on patients’ lives. Although there are hundreds of neurodegenerative diseases, there are few treatments and no cures. Rick Myers, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, and Faculty Investigator, M. A. Loya Chair in Genomics and President Emeritus and Nick Cochran, PhD, Faculty Investigator , are making progress toward under- standing genetic risk factors associated with these diseases, improving diagnostic and disease progression monitoring, and identifying targets for potential new treatments. THE MEMORY & MOBILITY PROGRAM SUSTAINS LIFE-CHANGING RESEARCH Philanthropic support for the Memory and Mobility (M&M) Program powers research on biomarkers that improve diagnosis for ALS and Parkinson’s disease, the identification of previously unknown genetic risk factors, and the discovery of new therapeutic pathways.

IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES IN ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE Researchers in the Myers lab harnessed cutting-edge single-cell technologies to identify regions of the human genome that control protein production in brain cells like neurons and microglia, which are affected by Alzheimer’s disease.

Rick Myers, PhD

The M&M Program , combined with generous support from the ALS Association, has allowed the Myers lab to collaborate with Crestwood Medical Center’s ALS Care Clinic and launch a project to uncover biomarkers linked to ALS. By using cutting-edge technology to analyze samples from ALS patients in Alabama, the team is getting closer to improving early ALS diagnosis. The team identified several genetic regions that may play a role in Alzheimer’s disease initiation and progression. Further research on the newly identified genes could uncover new information that will help illuminate how Alzheimer’s disease progresses. Cochran and his lab continued their work as part of an international research team to analyze the genomes of 340 people from a family in Antioquia, Columbia, known to develop Alzheimer’s disease in their early 40s. The study looks at the genetics behind the age of disease onset. The Cochran lab success- fully identified several new genes that are likely involved, showing that genetics potentially plays a role in determining the age at which patients develop Alzheimer’s disease.

The study of genomics allows us to look at important genetic factors that contribute to diseases of the brain. Because of the M&M Program, we can untangle the complexities hidden in our DNA to improve our ability to identify and treat diseases. I am beyond grateful for the support of the M&M Program and am excited for the discoveries it drives. —Rick Myers, PhD

INFORMING HEALTHCARE THROUGH DNA The Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine is a place where answers are found. From young children battling undiagnosed genetic disorders to adults seeking insights into their genetic risk for neurological or heart disease, the Smith Family Clinic’s medical geneticist and genetic counselors are experts at analyzing information from patients’ DNA to identify genetic variants that could be responsible for disease. For more information about the Smith Family Clinic, visit GENETIC TESTING FOR ALL WHO NEED IT Through HudsonAlpha’s Hero Fund , patients searching for answers at the Smith Family Clinic can access genetic testing and genome sequencing without the financial burden. Genetic testing has become a well-known tool for diagnosing diseases and uncovering patients’ health risks, but insurance rarely covers the entirety of the bill. By the time many patients come to the clinic, they have gone through long and often expensive medical diagnostic journeys. Supported by philanthropy, the Hero Fund allows qualifying Smith Family Clinic patients who experience financial barriers to access genetic testing and counseling free of charge, giving them the answers they deserve.

Genetics is a powerful tool that can tell us things our son or a medical exam wouldn’t be able to tell us. Genetic testing gave us the insight to connect the dots about what our son was facing, and empowered us to know what’s ahead.

— Laura McLester,

a mother whose son received a diagnosis from the Smith Family Clinic

Our goal is for as many people as possible to access genetic testing for a diagnosis. The Hero Fund allows us to give answers to patients who might otherwise not be able to access genetic testing and to provide comprehensive tests that help us find a diagnosis.




Finding out your child is suffering from a disease that can’t be named is devastating. Roughly 2.8 million children struggle with rare genetic disorders that lead to physical, mental, or behavioral disabilities or delays, and the road to diagnosis can be long and winding. For some families, it can take years before receiving answers that shed light on what their child is going through. Greg Cooper, PhD, Faculty Investigator, and his team are working to improve diagnostics for rare disease, especially those related to childhood genetic disorders. Using data from genome sequencing, Cooper’s lab develops computational tools and algorithms to identify changes in the genome that are related to a child’s symptoms. His lab has sequenced over 1,900 children whose families are in search of a diagnosis.

Because the body of knowledge on genetic information is always growing, Dr. Cooper’s team uses cutting-edge computational technology to reanalyze patients whose genome sequencing did not originally yield results.

Through these reanalyses, Dr. Cooper’s team has discovered diagnostically relevant information in a growing number of patients, equipping them with information that impacts their care plan and empowering them to make more personalized healthcare decisions. A FAR-REACHING CLINICAL IMPACT Cooper’s lab also contributes to a global body of research to uncover the genetic culprits behind neurodevelopmental disorders. Over the last year, the team discovered a previously undiscovered genetic variation contributing to Dravet syndrome and related conditions that cause seizures. This discover by Dr. Stephanie Felker, a member of the Cooper Lab, will benefit the patients whose genomes are sequenced by Cooper’s lab, as well as patients at the Smith Family Clinic for Genomic Medicine and in clinical settings around the world. My lab’s work pairs genomic sequencing technology with computational tools and data sharing to identify new neurodevelop- mental disease-associated genes.The aim is to move clinical genetics forward and eliminate the long diagnostic odysseys that patients with neurodevelopmental diseases often have to go through. Access to personalized genetic information can also help clinicians form more effective treatment plans, and connect families to support groups and others affected by the same condition. GREG Cooper, PhD Faculty investigator


By studying plant genomics, HudsonAlpha scientists are unlocking the secrets hidden in plant DNA to find solutions that improve the quality and sustainability of our food, fuel, and fiber production, and safeguard the health of our environment. Changing weather patterns, increasing temperatures, and pests and diseases endanger crops that millions depend on for food and income, causing families worldwide to go hungry. Faculty Investigators Josh Clevenger, PhD, and Alex Harkess, PhD , are using plant genomics to identify genes responsible for desirable traits that can help plants survive in our changing world. Their work is improving economically and agriculturally important crops that help feed our planet.

Our researchers also aim to be stewards of sustainability, using genomics to create more efficient crops to help bring sustainable practices and products to market. By studying grasses like switchgrass and miscanthus, Faculty Investigators Jane Grimwood, PhD, Jeremy Schmutz, and Kankshita Swaminathan, PhD , are developing promising genomic tools for producing bioenergy and bioproducts. Spearheading HudsonAlpha’s Genome Sequencing Center, Grimwood and Schmutz are also growing the scientific community’s understanding of many agriculturally and medicinally important crops.

At HudsonAlpha, we are tackling some of the most serious challenges humanity faces, including improving agricultural sustainability, uncovering how plants help protect the environ- ment, and understanding how to leverage plant genetics to feed the world. Genomics is crucial to solving these problems and making globally significant discoveries. — Jeremy Schmutz, Faculty Investigator and Co-Director of the Genome Sequencing Center

Tony, Kathy and David Chan

Kathy L. Chan Greenhouse


Terry & Herb Lewis Demonstration Garden

Laramie Aközbek, Herb and Terry Lewis

A NEW GARDEN INTRODUCES PLANT GENOMICS TO THE PUBLIC This year marked the dedication of the Terry & Herb Lewis Demonstration Garden , a public teaching garden on the grounds of the Kathy L. Chan Greenhouse. When touring the garden, members of the public can walk among plants that are growing inside the greenhouse and explore HudsonAlpha’s research firsthand. Educational areas throughout the garden describe how our scientists use plant genomics to solve complex global challenges, making the concepts of plant genomics approachable and understandable to campus visitors.


Last year, HudsonAlpha expanded its mission of genomic research, economic development, and educational outreach into Alabama’s Wiregrass region through a collaboration between the Institute and the City of Dothan. USING GENOMICS TO IMPROVE A CRUCIAL ALABAMA INDUSTRY Approximately half of the United States peanut crop is grown, harvested, and processed in the Wiregrass region. As our climate becomes more and more unpredictable, increased pests and drought conditions threaten peanut crops in the Wiregrass. Safeguarding this economically significant crop is vital.

Josh Clevenger, PhD

It’s been tremendously rewarding to partner with educators and their students across the Wiregrass to bring the peanut breeding program to life.Through this collaboration, scientists and students are working together to create a better peanut for the Wiregrass region and advance a scientific process that can help feed the world.

—Josh Clevenger, PhD, Faculty Investigator

Led by HudsonAlpha Faculty Investigator Josh Clevenger, PhD , and Kelly East, MS, CGC, Vice President of Educational Outreach , HudsonAlpha Wiregrass launched an innovative peanut breeding program to create improved peanut plants that are less vulnerable to drought and disease. Local farmers have been involved from the beginning and will one day be able to plant these new peanuts in their own fields. INTRODUCING PLANT GENOMICS TO WIREGRASS SCHOOLS HudsonAlpha Wiregrass also provides students and teachers an opportunity to get involved in the peanut breeding program. High school classrooms from across the region participated in growing peanut plants, analyzing their genetic information, and selecting plants for future breeding. The first cohort bred and selected their plants. This academic year marks the beginning of the second cohort, which will build on the work of the previous year. Students are gaining real-world experience with lab and STEM skills that are important for workforce development.

Kelly East, MS, CGC

I thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to be a part of a real research program that di- rectly feeds into our community. It gave me a glimpse into my future in the bioengineering world, and for that I am very thankful.

— Nora, Dothan 12th grader


HudsonAlpha’s Educational Outreach programs provided learning opportunities to more than 1.5 million students, educators, healthcare professionals, and members of the public over the 2022-2023 academic year.

MAKING STEM ACCESSIBLE TO STUDENTS From field trips to summer camps, HudsonAlpha’s educational programs provide enriching opportunities for middle and high school students to come to HudsonAlpha’s biotechnology campus and experience STEM hands-on. Because of the generous support of our donors, HudsonAlpha welcomed over 2,300 students for 100 student experiences. HudsonAlpha launched a new STEM Saturdays

program, allowing nonprofit organizations who serve underrepresented youth to bring students to HudsonAlpha’s campus for a weekend day of hands-on learning in our state-of-the-art teaching labs. HudsonAlpha is also launching a new program called Genetic Explorers . This program will be hosted at nonprofit organizations like the Boys & Girls Clubs and will provide activities for students that educate them about STEM.

This career day was an eye-opening experience. It eased my anxiety about my future and made my dreams seem more possible. — Lexi, 12th grade student from Lee High School

HUDSONALPHA’S BIOTECH CAREER DAY In celebration of National DNA Day in April, 11th and 12th grade students from across Madison County came to HudsonAlpha’s campus for DNA in Biotech. Structured like a small professional conference, students from every high school in Madison County heard from a wide range of STEM professionals.

FOSTERING EQUITY IN STEM CAREERS The BRIDGES program brings recent graduates from minority serving institutions to HudsonAlpha for a one-year fellowship in the Institute’s genomics research labs. Additionally, HudsonAlpha collaborates with the Alabama Office of Minority Affairs and Alabama’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to provide opportunities for students to work in laboratories and other professional settings at HudsonAlpha.

Being a part of the HudsonAlpha HBCU Co-Op allowed me to better understand the various scientific careers I could enter into. It also helped me understand that I have what it takes to be in biotechnology.Working at a place like HudsonAlpha isn’t a far-fetched dream anymore — it’s a goal. — Joycelyn Williams, former HudsonAlpha HBCU Co-Op intern, current participant in the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Research Training Program



Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama BrightFocus Foundation Chris Brown Elaine and Chris Brunhoeber James R. and Voncille J. Cleary

Wayne, Luanne, and Peri Widener Fund for the Study of Neurodegenerative Diseases Leslie and Danny Windham

CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL $500,000 + Alpha Foundation, Inc Anonymous Sheryl and Marc Bendickson Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama

Yulia and Mark Faist Nancy and Jerry Fishman Dick Fountain Fraternal Order of Eagles Fuqua & Partners Architects, PC Sarah and Carl Gessler Kathy and Steve Gilder Julie and Kevin Gold Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation Google Fiber Cindy and Ron Gray Sarah Green and Lynn Collyar Susan and Tom Griffith Cindy and Gary Griner Kathy Hart Jane Hays Peg and George Heeschen Jennie and Jimmy Hudson Cynthia and Jim Hughes Huntsville Hospital Huntsville Tractor & Equipment Illumina, Inc IronMountain Solutions, Inc Libby and Ray Jones Kailos Genetics, Inc Sarah Lauren and Andy Kattos Keel Point, LLC Pennie and Tom Keene - Keene Group at Morgan Stanley Hope Kinch Olin B. King Charitable Trust Alice and Frederick Lanier Wallace Kirkpatrick Kord Technologies, Inc Lanier Family Foundation Lanier Ford Shaver & Payne, P.C. Ann Livingston Lockheed Martin Corporation Longview Financial Advisors, Inc Hexagon Intergraph Andi and Steve Hill Jane and Brian Hinson Holle Family Foundation Sandy and Bob Hovde Sophie and Mark Mantooth Ben May Charitable Trust Maynard Nexsen Jean and Mac McCrady Ann and Wayne McDonald Meta Elizabeth and Michael Morard Nancy Moss Family National Defense Industrial Association Nektar Therapeutics Northrop Grumman Corporation Betsy and Peter Lowe Lyndhurst Foundation

Fund for Neurological Research

INNOVATOR $25,000 + Cynthia and Rey Almodóvar Alabama Peanut Producers Association Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity - UAH American AAssociation for Cancer Research American Cancer Society, Inc - Huntsville Anglin Reichmann Armstrong, PC Anonymous Aviagen North America, Inc BBVA Compass Foundation Sylvia and Charles Betts Penny and Jay Billings Tami and Jim Bolte Traci and Steve Breland Charlie Brown Laura Crandall Brown Ovarian Cancer Foundation Carole and Tom Bryant Burnett-Nickelson Family Fund Caring Foundation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama Johanna Cleary Voncille Cleary Marie and P. Michael Cole COLSA Corporation Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville’s Compass Society Lyn and John Cook, Jr. Bud Cramer Xan and Tim Curran Paula Cushman Margaret and David D’Amico Damson Automotive Danielle and Deke Damson Edna and Jerry Deener Leta and Mike DeMaioribus DESE Research, Inc Dimesol Discovery Life Sciences Melissa and Mike Edwards Lue and Bill English Cyril and Nell Evers Advised Fund Century Automotive Group CFD Research Corporation City of Huntsville, Alabama Clearview Cancer Institute

Cotton Incorporated Fred Craves

Daniel Foundation of Alabama Estate of Anthony A. DiCerbo Dynetics, Inc EBSCO Community Impact Estate of Nola and Frank J. Eiser GATR Technologies Patricia and Leroy Hair Ona and John Hamilton Intrepid, LLC iRepertoire Cindy and Richard Jackson Carole and George Jones Ruth and John Jurenko Terry and Herb Lewis Jane K. Lowe Charitable Foundation Mei Lu and Jian Han Margaret and Hugh Mackie Madison County Commission The Mahbubani Family - EKTA Foundation Shirley and George McCrary Ginney and Foster McDonald Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Muscular Dystrophy Association Estate of Ruth and Foster Oliver Peanut Research Foundation Beth and Hank Pearce Quarterbacking Children’s Health Foundation Redstone Federal Credit Union Russel Hill Cancer Foundation W.F. Sanders ServisFirst Bank Nancy and Ray Sheppard Patsy and John Shields Simons Foundation Sangeeta and Ashok Singhal Janice Smith St. Baldrick’s Foundation Synovus Financial Corporation Cheryl Fox Taylor and Phillip Rogers Taylor Teledyne Brown Engineering, Inc Carol and Jim Tevepaugh Susy and Bob Thurber Toyota Alabama Irma and Jack Tuder

Patti and Louis Breland Toni and Karl Breland Sue and Randy Campbell

CHDI Foundation Inc Kathy and Tony Chan Lillian and Jack T. Clift Charitable Remainder Unitrust

Barbara and Tim Fisk Lynn and Jim Hudson Susan G. Komen Breast

Cancer Foundation Inc

VISIONARY $100,000 + ADTRAN Alabama Farmers Agricultural Foundation Alabama Power Foundation ALS Association Pam and Joe Alexander American Chestnut Foundation Anonymous James Cecil and Margaret G. Ashburn Foundation Beard Young Family Foundation Boeing Company Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP - Huntsville Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC Leo Fund Lilly Fund Mars Wrigley Mike Loya Helen and Lonnie McMillian Sue and Roy Nichols Peter Pratt Family Fund Pritzker Philanthropic Fund Eloise and Bill Propst Regions Bank Emily and Steve Robertson Clay Smith Linda J. Smith Mark C. Smith Family Foundation Loretta Purdy Spencer Jean Wessel Templeton

We would like to extend our deepest thanks to the following individuals, corporations, and foundations for their extraordinary generosity. These members have cumulative lifetime giving of $10,000+ in contributions.

SUSTAINER $10,000 + 3M Linda and Rob Akenhead Alabama Media Group Alliance Cancer Care Gus Weisler Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Foundation Pamela Barratt White Christine and Mike Wicks Willbrook Solutions, Inc Wendy Yang and Rick Myers Nucor Steel Decatur, LLC The Partesotti-Siniard Memorial Fund Barbara Paul and Tom Hickerson Pearce Construction Company Kelli and Brian Pollock Pretium Valuation Group, LLC Prevent Cancer Foundation Mary Lee and Lee Prout Paige and Jeff Prozan Heather and Dale Qualls Nancy Rohr Catherine and Arthur Rollins Rosie’s Mexican Cantina Patricia Ryan Nancy and Gary Saliba Susan and Tommy Siniard Allison and Josh Solomon Solve ME/CFS Initiative Susan and Bill Sommers System Dynamics International, Inc Sharon and Rick Suever Donna and Howard Thrailkill Torch Technologies, Inc Treasury Partners Twickenham Advisors Sally Upchurch United Community Bank Nancy and Richard Van Valkenburgh Van Valkenburgh & Wilkinson, REALTORS ® Vulcan Materials Company Foundation Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission Jean and Bill Salter Richard Saperstein Pat and Gene Sapp Amanda and Rob Seitz Serina Therapeutics, Inc Pat and Leslie Shields Betty and Bill Sims

Parkinson’s Support Group of Huntsville, Inc Jean and Jerre Penney Phi Gamma Delta of MIT Lois and Bill Pope Kelli Powers Lydia and Taylor Pursell Radiance Technologies, Inc Joyce and Roger Rehfeld Renasant Bank Paula Renfroe Lindsay and Bradley Rice Reba and Jim Rogers Sherri and David Romanoff Mary and Lester Ross Carolyn Russo and Greg Barsh Saliba Asset Management Samples Properties, Inc Rebecca and Thomas Satterfield Marie and Bill Schneider Schoel Engineering Lucinda and Marshall Schreeder Sims Family ALS Research Advised Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Karen and James Smelser Rosalie Smith Mark Spencer Connie and Rusty Stephenson Amanda Stokes System, Studies & Simulation, Inc Kathi and Norm Tew Amy Thornton Trigon Cyber, Inc Troy 7, Inc TSA, Inc Mike Turner UAH College of Business UAH College of Science UBS Financial Services, Inc Valent Group Lynne and Joe Vallely Venturi, Inc Warren Averett, LLC Wayne’s Acoustical and Drywall, Inc Juliet and Carter Wells Debbie and Larry West Lia and Ray White Judy and Sidney White Andy Whitehead Diane Wick Quatina M. Wolaver Foundation of Hope Window World

Elaine and Earl Alspach Anonymous Nancy and Danny Archuleta AUM Charitable Foundation Available Plastics, Inc Bahwan CyberTek, Inc Phylis and Bob Baron Margaret and Walter Batson BBVA Compass Bill Penney Toyota Estate of Sarah Bounds Kay and Robert Brotherton Janet and David Brown Bryant Bank Cindy and Steve Burcham Doris Burwell Foundation C&A Printing, LLC Donna and Van Cancel Glynda Cavalcanti CenterState Bank Cepeda Systems & Software Analysis, Inc Alice Chenault and Milton Harris City of Decatur, Alabama City of Madison, Alabama Frances and Wes Clayton Elaine and Mitch Coley Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville’s Racial Equity Fund Corporate Dining Concepts Crestwood Medical Center Philip Crosby Vella Dailey Butch and Jerry Damson Ann Denbo Digium, Inc Martha Dolan Kathleen and Phil Dotts Sharon Doviet and Chris Russell Lucia and Sam Eidt Jency Eldridge and John McCoy ERC Eurofins Diatherix Barbara Eyestone Peggy and Ray Fambrough Mary Alice and Emerson Fann Ellen and Vincent Forlenza Eve Garriott GFWC du Midi Patti and John Gipson Margaret and Jack Gleason Glen Research Corporation Nancy and Gene Goldman Goldman Sachs Claudia and Jim Davis Helen and Lynn Deibler deciBel Research Deloitte Consulting, LLP

Parker Griffith Family Jane Grimwood and Jeremy Schmutz

Clare and Mike Grisham Unsuk Harper-Poggio and Enrico Poggio Dorcas Harris and Dick Reeves Linda and Norm Harris Elizabeth and Blake Herrin Hewlett-Packard Hinson & Hinson, PC HKSC foundation Christy and Lee Hoekenschnieder Roslyn Honan Frances Huffman Mary and Cutter Hughes IMUNON ISSAC Karen and Paul Israel J. Smith Lanier & Co Coy Jackson Chris and Bill Johnson Mary Susan and Jack Johnson Johnson Partners, Inc - McDonald’s Liz and Jim Kennedy Vicki and Rich Kretzschmar Amanda and Brandon Kruse Cynthia and Neil Lamb LatchBio Jack and Jean Lee Family Trust Cindi and Bob Ludwig Kathy and Scott Ludwig Thomas Main Family Fund D.D. Martin Brian Mathews Christel and George McCanless Eugenia and Bill McCoy Rosemary and Dennis McMahan Lynn and Sam McManus McWane Foundation Mevatec Foundation Catherine and Ken Montgomery Jana and Mike Moody Connie and Jerry Moore Morgan County Legislative Office Delegation Morgan County Schools Morgan Stanley - The Shields Group Michele and Lance Morris National Space Club - Huntsville The Orthopaedic Center Susan Ozment Leo Law Firm, LLC Lilies of the Valley Judy and Jim Link Madelene Loftin Kay and Sam Lowry


SUSTAINER $10,000 + ADTRAN Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity - UAH Elaine and Earl Alspach James Cecil and Margaret G. Ashburn Foundation Boeing Company Bradley Arant Boult Cummings, LLP - Huntsville Brasfield & Gorrie, LLC Traci and Steve Breland Cindy Burcham Sue and Randy Campbell Caring Foundation of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama CFD Research Corporation Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville’s Racial Equity Fund Lyn and John Cook Jr. Daniel Foundation of Alabama Edna and Jerry Deener Leta and Mike DeMaioribus Ann Denbo Discovery Life Sciences Melissa and Mike Edwards Barbara Eyestone Peggy and Ray Fambrough Eve Garriott Google Fiber Susan and Tom Griffith HKSC foundation Peg and George Heeschen Carole and George Jones Olin B. King Charitable Trust LatchBio Alice and Frederick Lanier Ann Livingston Betsy and Peter Lowe Kay and Sam Lowry Jean and Mac McCrady Ann and Wayne McDonald Merrill Lynch Wealth Management Nucor Steel Decatur, LLC Barbara Paul and Tom Hickerson Phi Gamma Delta of MIT Kelli Powers Redstone Federal Credit Union Rosie’s Mexican Cantina Patricia Ryan Jean and Bill Salter

Leslie and Pat Shields Cheryl Fox Taylor and Phillip Rogers Taylor Toyota Alabama Trigon Cyber, Inc. Sally Upchurch Twickenham Advisors Wendy Yang and Rick Myers Allen and Tom Young

BENEFACTOR $1,000 + Advanced Life Clinic Aero Thermo Technology, Inc Aerojet Rocketdyne Alabama A&M University Alabama Colon & Gastro, P.C. Alliance Cancer Care Anglin Reichmann Armstrong, PC Anonymous

VISIONARY $100,000 + Anonymous Sheryl and Marc Bendickson Kathy and Tony Chan Patricia and Leroy Hair Mike Loya The Mahbubani Family - EKTA Foundation Mars Wrigley Muscular Dystrophy Association W.F. Sanders Loretta Purdy Spencer Synovus Financial Corporation Carol and Jim Tevepaugh CHAIRMAN’S COUNCIL $500,000 + Alpha Foundation Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama Patti and Louis Breland Toni and Karl Breland Lillian and Jack T. Clift Charitable Remainder Unitrust Pritzker Philanthropic Fund Regions Bank Linda J. Smith

INNOVATOR $25,000 + Alabama Farmers Agricultural Foundation Alabama Peanut Producers Association Alabama Power Foundation ALFA Foundation Sylvia and Charles Betts Penny and Jay Billings Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama Charlie Brown Carole and Tom Bryant Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville’s Compass Society Margaret and Hugh Mackie Peanut Research Foundation Pearce Construction Company Quarterbacking Children’s Health Foundation Russel Hill Cancer Foundation Jean Wessel Templeton Irma and Jack Tuder Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission Leslie and Danny Windham Cotton Incorporated Julie and Kevin Gold Cindy and Gary Griner Intrepid, LLC Terry and Herb Lewis

Michele Armstrong Raechel Armstrong Angie and Mulk Arora Jenny and Tim Bachmann Bankston Motor Homes Amity and Robert Baron

Margaret Batson James Benefield Walter Bouldin Bourn Family Charitable Fund Jerry Bowling Bridgeworth Wealth Management Kakki and J. R. Brooks Sandra and Steven Brooks Kay and Robert Brotherton Elaine and Chris Brunhoeber Bryant Bank Burns Family Foundation Doris Burwell Foundation Rick Byrn Donna and Van Cancel Ann and Harold Carey Marianne and Carl Case Century Automotive Group Kelly and Jayne Clary Johanna Cleary Voncille Cleary Phoenix and Kaia Clevenger Tom Clevenger Brooke Burcham Robbie Burlison

Gifts of all levels enable us to continue building momentum, making incredible progress in our mission. Donors who make annual gifts of $1,000 and above are included in the Genome Circle, HudsonAlpha’s major giving program. All Genome Circle members are also recognized for their generosity on the Giving Wall in the atrium of HudsonAlpha’s main building. This reflects gifts as of January 9, 2024.

Corporate Wellness Huntsville Hospital Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Huntsville Utilities Jennifer Hutchison IMUNON IronMountain Solutions, Inc Karen and Paul Israel Cindy and Richard Jackson Jerry Jennings Norma Jensen Chris and Bill Johnson Mary Susan and Jack Johnson Nancy and Tony Jones Tim Jones Pennie and Tom Keene - The Natalie and Adam Kelley Hope Kinch Shelbie King Jan and Stephen Kirkemier Claudia and Bill Klus Debra and Rodney Kreps Vicki and Rich Kretzschmar Cynthia and Neil Lamb Mary and David Lamb Leo Law Firm, LLC Lewis Properties, LLC Lexus of Huntsville Judy and James Link Madelene Loftin Longview Financial Advisors, Inc Jean and Peter Loux Susan Lovelace Cindi and Bob Ludwig Madison County Medical Alliance Madison County Medical Society Marsh & McLennan Agency D.D. Martin Lauren and Doug Martinson Christel and George McCanless Philip and Beth McGee Rosemary and Dennis McMahan Helen McMillian Kelley Middlebrooks Jan and Les Miller Jana and Mike Moody Amy Moore Lynne and Jeff Moore Rebecca Moore Morgan County Schools Jacob Morris

Meagan and Nick Cochran Marie and P. Michael Cole Elaine and Mitch Coley COLSA Corporation Claudia Conn

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