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    Neuroscientist Dr. Michael Mullan Announces Prominent Solution For Alzheimer’s Disease

     

    http://www.listfree.org/97628-neuroscientist-dr-michael-mullan-announces-prominent-solution-for-alzheimers-disease.html

     

    Alzheimer’s disease has been one of the major challenges for medical science for pretty long. While with major strides in the field of treatment of various major ailments, medical scientists have been able to sort out issues relating to many diseases considered renal hitherto, Alzheimer has still reached beyond their reach despite prolonged research and experiments. However, Dr. Michael Mullan, the President and CEO of Roskamp Research Institute have a different view. It is possible solving the issues relating to Alzheimer’s disease.

     

    A highly reputed neuroscientist based at Sarasota in the state of Florida in United States, Dr. Mullan has been associated for years together in research and experimentation on various diseases. Presently he is the President and CEO of the non-profit organization Roskamp that is located in Sarasota and where over 70 scientists along with others like clinic associates and students are carrying on consistent research and experiments on degenerative disorders; both physical as well as psychic.

     

    Dr Mullan has been licensed in Medicine and Surgery by the Society of Apothecaries, United Kingdom. He also completed is degree in medical science from the University of London and acquired the membership of the Royal College of Psychiatrist there. Later he also obtained the doctoral degree in Molecular Genetics from the same university. Finally he assumed the role of Director, President and CEO of the Roskamp Research Institute at Sarasota in Florida in United States. One of the leading scientists in the field, he has a number of certifications and accreditations under his belt and is associated with a number of prestigious organizations working in the field of medicine and surgery.

     

    Some of the prestigious positions held by Dr. Mullan from time to time are President of the Royal Free mental Handicap Society, the Society of Elective Studies as well as the Institute of Psychiatry Studies of Maudsley. In addition; he worked in many reputed hospitals in United Kingdom and United States.

     

    “A few years back Mullan developed interest in Alzheimer’s disease and devoted his time and effort in research on the dreaded disease. This happened when he was accommodated at the Middlesex Hospital Medical School and that was the time when he accepted the position of researcher in Alzheimer and developed a passion for finding out solution for the disease that continues till today. In between he accepted the role of trainer to teach molecular genetic studies of Alzheimer’s disease to scholars and was also awarded post graduate scholarship to pursue his research and studies.” – elaborates a Senior Spokesperson from Michael Mullan Group.

     

    “Life story of the neuroscientist is that of a constant struggle against degenerative syndromes that plague millions of people across the globe. His avowed mission is to provide relief and bring back smile on the face of those ailing people all over again. A noble man with noble mission; Dr. Michael Mullan is!” concludes one of the reviews of Dr. Mullan in a leading scientific journal.

     

    True to his reputation; Dr Mullan holds over a dozen patents and over 200 scientific publications to his credit and is currently the President and CEO of Roskamp Research Center in Sarasota, Tampa, Florida.

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