Matthew Vander Heiden named director of the Koch Institute

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Matthew Vander Heiden, an MIT professor of biology was named the director of MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research, effective April 1.

Vander Heiden will succeed Tyler Jacks, who has served as director for more than 19 years, first for the MIT Center for Cancer Research and then for its successor, the Koch Institute.

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