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David Wolk, MD, Assistant Director of the Penn Memory Center and Assistant Professor of Medicine, has been elected to the Memory Disorders Research Society (MDRS).
Started in Boston in 1989, the MDRS is a professional society dedicated to the study of memory and memory disorders. Members of the society share the common goal of conducting clinical research to investigate how memory works and how it malfunctions.
The society’s 140 members come from the United States, Canada, England, France, Germany, and Italy. Invitation to the society is extended only to individuals with a faculty appointment and international prominence in memory disorders research.
The society meets once a year, and the 2013 meeting will be held in Toronto, Canada.