~ Imaging of the Aging Brain ~
Wednesday November 3, 2010
Over the past 26 years, Robarts Research Institute has awarded the J. Allyn Taylor International Prize in Medicine to some of the world's leading researchers across a range of scientific disciplines in biology, medicine and imaging.
2010 Taylor Prize Recipient

1985 to 2009:

2009
Garret FitzGerald

2008
Michael Greenberg,
Roger Nicoll,

2007
Rory Collins,

2006
Mark Greene,

2005
Roger Tsien,

2004
Ralph Weissleder,

2003
Irving Weissman,

2002
Graeme Bell,
Ronald Kahn,
A ke Lernmark,

2001
Eric Lander,
Craig Venter,

2000
Tony Hunter,
Anthony Pawson,
Jseph Schlessinger,

1999
Judah Folkman,
Michael Gimbrone Jr.,

1998
Graeme Bydder,
Charles A. Mistretta,

1997
Bernard Moss,
Michael Oldstone, Bernard Roizman,

1996
Corey Goodman,
Thomas Jessell,

1995
Jacques Miller,
Jonathan Sprent,

1994
F. Gusella,
Nancy Wexler,

1993
Henry Barnett,
Eugene Braunwald, Louis Lasagna,

1992
K. Siesjo,

1991
Hugh McDevitt,

1990
Solomon Snyder,

1989
Lawrence Crooks, Alexander Margulis,

1988
J. Fraser Mustard,
Marian Packham,

1987
Peter Armitage,
Alvan Feinstein,
David Sackett,

1986
David Bowen,

1985
Jean Borel

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CHARLES DECARLI, MD
Professor of Neurology
Director, Alzheimer's Disease Center
and Imaging of Dementia and Aging (IDeA) Laboratory
Department of Neurology and Center for Neuroscience
University of California at Davis
Sacramento, CA
Charles DeCarli, MD, is Professor of Neurology at the University of California in Davis, California.  He is the Director of the Alzheimer’s Disease Center, a United States National Institutes of Health funded Alzheimer’s research center. He is also Director of the Imaging of Dementia and Aging (IDeA) laboratory.   His research focuses on using advanced structural and functional brain imaging to study normal aging, mild cognitive impairment and dementia and the role of genetics, cerebrovascular and Alzheimer’s disease on these processes.  In addition, Dr. DeCarli is the Editor-in-Chief of Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, an international journal of AD research.  Dr. DeCarli is a frequent invited speaker for scientific meetings and author or coauthor of numerous abstracts, articles, and chapters.