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National Academy of Medicine

The National Academy of Medicine is a policy research organization that is recognized as a national resource of judgment and veracity in the analysis of issues relating to human health. The Academy's members are elected on the basis of their professional achievement and commitment to service. Seventeen Rockefeller University scientists are members of the National Academy of Medicine.

 
 
Institutes of Medicine

2015 Jean-Laurent Casanova

Rockefeller scientist Jean-Laurent Casanova has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine, one of the highest honors in the fields of health and medicine and one that recognizes individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.

 
 
 
  • Past Faculty

  • 2002  Ralph M. Steinman
  • 1995  Arnold J. Levine
  • 1993  Jules Hirsch
  • 1988  David Baltimore
  • 1974  James G. Hirsch
  • 1971  Vincent P. Dole
  • 1971  Joshua Lederberg
  • 1970  Henry G. Kunkel
  • 1970  Maclyn McCarty
 

Jean-Laurent Casanova
The National Academy of Medicine is a policy research organization that is recognized as a national resource of judgment and veracity in the analysis of issues relating to human health. The Academy's