Moses V. Chao, PhD (pictured), former chairman of the Reeve Foundation's Science Advisory Council
(SAC), has been named president-elect of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN); his term will begin at the Society's annual meeting next November in San Diego.
Former SAC chairman Fred H. Gage, PhD also served as SfN president (2001-02) as did Lorne M. Mendell, PhD (1997-98), a Principal Investigator in the Foundation's International Research Consortium and Albert J. Aguayo, MD (1987-88), a Consortium Advisory Panel member.
Founded in 1969, the Society has more than 40,000 member scientists and physicians whose focus is to explore the brain and spinal cord in order to develop better treatments and cures for central nervous system diseases and disorders. The Society also publishes The Journal of Neuroscience, "the largest weekly scholarly journal dedicated to neuroscience discovery."Read more about Chao's election
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