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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.

Current Faculty and Emeriti

Jean-Laurent Casanova
2015 National Academy of Medicine
Robert B. Darnell
2010 National Academy of Medicine
Titia de Lange
2010 National Academy of Medicine
Michel C. Nussenzweig
2009 National Academy of Medicine
Jeffrey V. Ravetch
2007 National Academy of Medicine
Jeffrey M. Friedman
2005 National Academy of Medicine
Richard P. Lifton
2002 National Academy of Medicine
Günter Blobel
2000 National Academy of Medicine
Paul Greengard
1999 National Academy of Medicine
Barry S. Coller
1999 National Academy of Medicine
Bruce S. McEwen
1998 National Academy of Medicine
David D. Ho
1997 National Academy of Medicine
Jan L. Breslow
1997 National Academy of Medicine
Torsten N. Wiesel
1996 National Academy of Medicine
Elaine Fuchs
1994 National Academy of Medicine
Emil C. Gotschlich
1988 National Academy of Medicine
Purnell W. Choppin
1984 National Academy of Medicine

Past Faculty

2011
Marc Tessier-Lavigne
2002
Ralph M. Steinman
1995
Arnold J. Levine
1993
Jules Hirsch
1988
David Baltimore
1974
James G. Hirsch
1971
Joshua Lederberg
1971
Vincent P. Dole
1970
Henry G. Kunkel
1970
Maclyn McCarty

About the National Academy of Medicine

The prestigious National Academy of Medicine admits no more than 80 new members annually, elected by their peers in recognition of their professional achievement and commitment to service.

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