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Dr. Glenn L. Wilson, chair of cell biology and neuroscience at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, was recently selected to receive the 2014 Distinguished Service Award sponsored by the Medical Alumni Association. This honor recognizes a faculty member who has consistently demonstrated a commitment to advancing medical education and research.
Thirty-four years of medical graduate classes have benefited from his dedication to the study of the human body. Dr. Wilson joined the USA College of Medicine in 1980 as assistant professor with the department of anatomy. After a series of promotions, in 2002 he was named chair of the cell biology and neuroscience.
This academic year, Dr. Wilson announced his retirement but will continue his affiliation with the Alabama State Board of Anatomical Studies and guest teaching assignments.
Dr. Wilson earned his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois and continued his education at Harvard University as a research fellow in internal medicine/Joslin Diabetes Foundation and his postdoctoral in gross anatomy at the University of Vermont.
To learn more about the Medical Alumni Association, visit http://www.usahealthsystem.com/alumniaffairs.
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