Expert on Mental Function in Aging Elected to National Academy of Medicine

John Morrison, professor of neurology at the University of California, Davis, and director of the California National Primate Research Center, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine, one of the world’s most prestigious scientific bodies.“John has long been a leader in his field and I could not be happier to learn that he has received this much-deserved recognition and honor. His work is a prime example of both the groundbreaking research UC Davis does in exploring human health, and of how we engage in society through public outreach. His election to the National Academy bears this out,” said Ralph J. Hexter, interim chancellor of UC Davis. Morrison, whose research has focused on aging and Alzheimer’s disease, has a strong interest in educating the general public about brain science,…


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