EMBL Rome officially opened in 1999.
2021 – Ana Boskovic joins EMBL Rome
2020 - Cornelius Gross takes over as interim Head of Unit
2018 - Santiago Rompani joins EMBL Rome
2017 - EMBL Rome Blog launched
2017 – MoU signed with Sapienza University
2017 - Mathieu Boulard joins EMBL Rome
2016 - Jamie Hackett joins EMBL Rome
2016 - Hiroki Asari joins EMBL Rome
2014 - Launch of EMBL-Sapienza seminars in Neurobiology & Epigenetics
2013 - ERC Advanced Grant awarded to Cornelius Gross
2013 - ERC Consolidator Grant awarded to Donal O'Carroll
2012 - ERC Starting Grant awarded to Rocio Sotillo
2012 - Phil Avner takes over as Head of Unit
2004 - Gene Expression Core Facility founded (now Genetic and Viral Engineering Facility - GAVEF)
2003 - Mouse Facility opening
2002 - Transgenic Facility founded (now Gene Editing and Embryology Facility - GEEF)
2001 - Nadia Rosenthal takes over Unit Coordinator
1999 - Host site agreement signed with Italian Republic establishing EMBL site in Italy
1997 - Founding of EMBL Monterotondo on the Adriano Buzzati-Traverso Campus.
1996 - Klaus Rajewsky takes up the post of Programme Coordinator
1994 - EMBL Council and Director General Fotis Kafatos commit to establishing a Mouse Biology Programme in Monterotondo, with four research groups.