Ian Duncan, a professor of neurology in the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, is one of the world's leading scientists in the application of stem cell research to the treatment of neurological diseases. His work now holds promise for the possible cure of several diseases, including multiple sclerosis, stroke and Alzheimer's. Duncan has received many awards for his research achievements, including the Michael Falconer Distinguished Service Award of the Wisconsin Governor's Committee for People with Disabilities. He is a Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland's National Academy of Sciences, which in more than a century has inducted only 48 non-UK international scientists. Duncan has been recognized as an inspiring public educator in the field of regenerative medicine, making extraordinary efforts, through public presentations across Wisconsin, to educate the public on the promise of stem cell research in treating incurable neurological diseases.
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