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He was Chairman of the Missouri State Advisory Board on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders during 1988–1995. He had been on the Advisory Panel on Alzheimer’s disease for the Department of Health and Human Services since 1993. Washington University presented Dr Berg with a Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1983, an Alumni/Faculty Award from the Medical Alumni Association in 1989, and the Second Century Award for his long-term commitment and dedication to the medical school in 1999. A Distinguished Alumni Scholarship was established in his honor in 1995.
This was followed by the discovery of a polymorphic form of FE65 that is associated with increased susceptibility to late onset Alzheimer’s disease (LOAD). He has published evidence that two isoforms of FE65 are upregulated in relatively unaffected regions of the brain of patients with LOAD, and has emphasized the importance of such investigations as a means of detecting the earliest events in pathogenesis. Most of his other lines of research have also used genetics to further our understanding of the pathobiology of human aging.
Albert, David R. Borchelt, Steven T. DeKosky, Rachelle Doody, Laura Fratiglioni, Bernardino Ghetti, Charlie Glabe, Claudia Kawas, Edward Koo, Eliezer Masliah, Richard Mayeux, Marsel Mesulam, John C. Morris, Ronald C. Petersen, Donald Price, Gerald Schellenberg, Rudolph Tanzi, Leon Thal, John Q. Trojanowski, and Bruce Yankner. Our special thanks to Janet Biegelson at the New York State Institute for Basic Research, Staten Island, New York, for her secretarial assistance in corresponding with all the authors and in all stages of the work involved with the production of the book in the Senior Editor’s office.