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    Mayo Clinic Alzheimer’s Researcher Elected to Institute of Medicine

Dr. Clifford Jack in a gray suit and maroon tie in the Gonda Lobby with the windows in the background

Radiologist and noted Alzheimer’s disease researcher at Mayo Clinic Clifford Jack Jr., M.D., has been elected to the Institute of Medicine, part of the National Academies. John Noseworthy, M.D., president and CEO of Mayo Clinic, says, "This is a great recognition for Dr. Cliff Jack and an honor that is well deserved. He is internationally known for his discoveries in radiology and imaging and for his impact on Alzheimer’s disease analysis. Much of what we know about how Alzheimer’s develops is because Cliff Jack found a way to visualize it.”

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