List of members of the National Academy of Sciences (Medical physiology and metabolism)

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This list is a subsection of the List of members of the National Academy of Sciences, which includes approximately 2,000 current (not past) members and 350 foreign associates of the United States National Academy of Sciences, each of whom is affiliated with one of 31 disciplinary sections. Each person's name, primary institution, and election year are given. This list does not include deceased members.


Medical physiology and metabolism[edit]

Harvey Alter National Institutes of Health 2002
Mary Ellen Avery (d) Harvard University 1994
Étienne-Émile Baulieu Collège de France 1990
John Baxter University of California, San Francisco 2003
Paul Beeson University of Washington 1969
Eugene Braunwald Harvard University 1974
Jan Breslow Rockefeller University 1995
Michael Brown University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1980
Kevin Campbell University of Iowa 2004
Anthony Cerami Kenneth S. Warren Institute 1991
John Clements University of California, San Francisco 1974
Douglas Coleman (d) Jackson Laboratory 1998
Roger Cone Vanderbilt University 2010
Shaun Coughlin University of California, San Francisco 2004
Pedro Cuatrecasas University of California, San Diego 1982
William Daughaday University of California, Irvine 1986
James Davis (d) University of Missouri 1982
Charles Dinarello (d) University of Colorado Health Sciences Center 1998
Harry Dietz Johns Hopkins University 2011
Vincent Dole(d) Rockefeller University 1972
Patricia Donahoe Harvard University 1999
Akira Endo Biopharm Research Laboratories, Inc. 2011
Ronald M. Evans Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1989
Clement Finch University of Washington 1974
Judah Folkman (d) Harvard University 1990
Jeffrey Friedman Rockefeller University 2001
Henry Friesen University of Manitoba 1993
Michael Gimbrone Harvard University 1997
John Glomset University of Washington 1990
Jeffrey I. Gordon Washington University 2001
Melvin Grumbach University of California, San Francisco 1995
Roger Guillemin Salk Institute for Biological Studies 1974
Jan-Ake Gustafsson Karolinska Institute 2002
Richard Havel University of California, San Francisco 1983
Kurt Isselbacher Harvard University 1973
Elwood Jensen University of Cincinnati 1974
C. Ronald Kahn Harvard University 1999
Michael Karin Harvard University 2005
Daniel Kastner National Institute of Health 2010
Mark Keating Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research, Inc. 2004
David Kipnis Washington University 1981
Brian Kobilka Stanford University 2011
Monty Krieger Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2009
Alexander Leaf Harvard University 1972
Se-Jin Lee Johns Hopkins University 2012
Robert Lefkowitz Duke University 1988
Aaron Lerner Yale University 1973
Seymour Lieberman St. Luke's-Roosevelt Institute for Health Sciences 1977
Richard Lifton Yale University 2001
Rolf Luft (d) Karolinska Hospital 1977
Robert Mahley J. David Gladstone Institutes 2000
David Mangelsdorf The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 2008
Andrew Marks Columbia University 2005
Salvador Moncada University of London 1994
Marc Montminy Salk Institute for Biological Studies 2009
Joseph Murray Harvard University 1993
Shigetada Nakanishi Kyoto University 2000
Maria New Mount Sinai School of Medicine 1996
Bert W. O'Malley Baylor College of Medicine 1992
Stephen O'Rahilly University of Cambridge 2011
Ira Pastan National Institutes of Health 1982
John Potts Harvard University 2004
Louis Ptacek University of California, San Francisco 2012
J. E. Rall National Institutes of Health 1980
Michael Rosenfeld University of California, San Diego 1994
David Russell The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 2006
Christine Seidman Harvard University 2005
Jonathan Seidman Harvard University 2007
Rudi Schmid (d) University of California, San Francisco 1974
J. Edwin Seegmiller (d) University of California, San Diego 1973
Gerald Shulman Yale University 2007
Alfred Sommer Johns Hopkins University 2001
Bruce Spiegelman Harvard University 2002
Daniel Steinberg University of California, San Diego 1982
Roger Unger University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1986
Martha Vaughan National Institutes of Health 1985
Michael Welsh University of Iowa 2000
Zena Werb University of California, San Francisco 2010
Jean Wilson University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 1983
James Wyngaarden Duke University 1974
Shinya Yamanaka Kyoto University 2011
Donald Zilversmit (d) Cornell University 1989


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