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Melissa Murray

The Power List 2016


Melissa Murray

A Mayo Clinic assistant professor and a recent winner of the Alzheimer’s Association’s de Leon Prize in Neuroimaging, Melissa seeks to identify the neuropathologic underpinnings of neuroimaging changes in the brain. Her novel contributions to Alzheimer’s disease research and high-impact publication record draw heavily on her expertise in digital pathology. Nominators say, “Melissa’s team science approach has highlighted the integral nature of laboratory medicine with neurology and radiology. Her studies are highly translational and will continue to have a lasting impact on neuropathology.”

Melissa considers the de Leon Prize a huge honor and the highlight of her career thus far. “Neuroimaging was what made me fall in love with the brain,” she says, “but neuropathology is my passion. Receiving the award validated the uphill battle of my multidisciplinary studies.”


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The “rising stars” of pathology.

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