Dr. Ellen Goldberg "served as a HopeLab board member from 2001 to 2006, through the development, research and release of the Re-Mission video game for young people with cancer and the expansion of HopeLab’s work to address other diseases.
"Dr. Goldberg was President of the Santa Fe Institute (SFI) from January 1996 through January 2003, where she was responsible for overseeing the overall operations of SFI, including financial and scholarly activities in the area of complex adaptive systems. She was responsible for coordinating the Santa Fe Institute Consortium: Increasing Human Potential, a longitudinal study involving member universities in the United States and Canada, to study cognitive, behavioral and mental development in babies and preadolescents.
"In 1986, Dr. Goldberg was appointed to the National Institutes of Health Reproductive Biology Study Section where she served as Chair of the Study Section from 1989 through 1991. In addition, she was named to the National Task Force on the NIH Strategic Plan in 1992, elected Chair of the Immunology Division of the American Society for Microbiology (1985) and appointed Fellow of the Academy of Microbiologists in 1994.
"Dr. Goldberg has been recognized nationally as the recipient of an NIH Research Career Development Award. In 1998, she was appointed to serve on the National Advisory Allergy and Infectious Diseases Council of the National Institutes of Health for a term of four years. In 2000, Dr. Goldberg was appointed chair of the National Science Foundation’s Biological Sciences Advisory Committee.
"Dr. Goldberg is currently a Research Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of New Mexico. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the MIND Institute (2006 –present) and on the Advisory Board for the Investment Company of America." 
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- Ellen Goldberg, HopeLab, accessed August 28, 2009.