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Gary E. Gibson, Ph.D.
Dr. Gary E. Gibson received his B.S. degree in Zoology and Chemistry from the University of Wyoming. He received his Ph.D. in Physiology with emphasis in Biochemistry and Neuroscience at Cornell University. He did his postdoctoral work at UCLA and was on the faculty at UCLA. He then moved to Cornell University Medical College and Burke Medical Research Institute, where he has been ever since. He is currently Professor at the Brain Mind Research Institute at Weill Cornell Medical College (with tenure), and is also a member of the Institute's graduate program and teaches graduate students in that program. He also served as the Associate Director of the Dementia Research Service.
Dr. Gibson received the American Society for Neurochemistry award for outstanding young investigator. He has given lectures at many institutions and honorary lectures including the Deans hour at Cornell University Medical College, the NIH Director’s Talk and the Visek Lectureship at the University of Illinois. He has served on over 20 NIH review panels for reviewing grants. He regularly reviews grants for the Alzheimer’s Association and the American Federation for Aging Research. He is a member of numerous scientific societies including the American Society for Neurochemistry (past secretary, 2005-2006), the Society for Neuroscience, the International Society for Neurochemistry, International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, American Institute of Nutrition and American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. He has three U.S. patents for his work. He has been continuously funded by NIH grants for his whole academic career at Cornell/Burke. He has and does serve on numerous committees at Burke and Cornell. He has served on the editorial board of several journals. He is currently on the editorial board of Neurochemical Research, Neurochemical International (Associate Editor) and Journal of Neurochemistry. He serves as an editorial advisor for many other journals. Numerous undergraduate students and postdocs have trained in his laboratory.