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J. Aidan Carney, MD, PhD, F.R.C.P.I., F.R.C.P.

Education:

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) (Pathology),
          University of Minnesota, 1969
Medicinae Doctor (M.D.),
          National University of Ireland, 1978

Certifications:

American Board of Anatomic Pathology, 1968

Academic Career:

1974   Assistant Professor of Pathology, Mayo Medical School,
           Rochester, MN
1978   Associate Professor Pathology, Mayo Medical School,
           Rochester, MN
1982   Professor of Pathology, Mayo Medical School,Rochester, MN
1996   Emeritus Professor of Pathology, Mayo Medical School,
           Rochester, MN

Awards and Honors: 

1954  University College, Dublin, Ireland. Medical Scholarship and
          Exhibition Prize
1956  University College, Dublin, Ireland. Medical and Catholic University
          Scholarships
1959  O'Bryen Bellingham Gold Medal in Clinical Medicine. St. Vincent's
          Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
1966  Donald C. Balfour Alumni Award for Meritorious Research.  Mayo
          Clinic and Mayo Foundation  
1978  Membership of Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (M.R.C.P.I.)
1978  Medicinae Doctor (M.D.),NationalUniversity of Ireland
1985  Fellowship of Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (F.R.C.P.I.)
1987  American Association of Endocrine Surgeons (Honorary  Member)
1997  l’Association Francophone de Chirurgie Endocrinienne
                 (Honorary Member)
          Fred W. Stewart Award, Memorial Hospital, New York
2003  Peter Heimann Lecturer, 30th World Congress of Surgery
          Fellow of Faculty of Pathology, Royal College of Physicians of
                  Ireland (FFPath RCPI)
          Maude Abott Lecturer, United States and Canadian Academy
                  Of Pathology
          Fellow of Royal College of Physicians (London) (F.R.C.P.)
          William V. Gardner Memorial Lecturer, Yale  University.
2005  Hopital Cochin, Paris, France.  Plenary Lecture at opening of
                  J-P Luton Auditorium.
 

 



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