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Mandell, Arnold

Biographical Sketch:

Arnold J. Mandell, M.D., is the Vice President and Director of Research Mathematical and Theoretical Neuroscience and Protein Biophysics Research Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at Emory University in Atlanta, GA; Research Professor of Mathematical Sciences, FAU, Boca Raton, FL; Professor Emeritus, U.C.S.D., La Jolla, CA.
His work has involved enzyme regulation, neurochemistry, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, and protein structure and function.
He has received the A.E. Bennett Research Prize of the Society for Biological Psychiatry, a MacArthur Prize Fellowship in Theoretical Neuroscience (1984-1989), a Senior Humboldt Prize Fellowship in Dynamical Systems, Bremen University, FRG (1994), and the Foundations Fund Research Prize of the American Psychiatric Association. He has also been a Johananoff International Prize Fellow in Psychopharmacology (Mario Negri Institute, Milan, Italy). Dr. Mandell has been the recipient of Federal and Foundation support continuously since 1962.

Mandell, Arnold
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Dates: Dec-98
Interviewer: D.Healy



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