Georgia State Neuroscientist Geert de Vries Earns Lifetime Distinction as AAAS Fellow
Geert de Vries, Regents’ Professor in Georgia State University’s Department of Biology and Neuroscience Institute, has been named an AAAS Fellow by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
De Vries received the honor for his transformative contributions to the field of behavioral neuroendocrinology and the origins and functions of sex differences in brain[s] and behavior.
Since its conception in 1874, the lifetime distinction of AAAS Fellow has remained one of the most prestigious honors in the scientific community. Members of the AAAS Council elect scientists for the rank of fellow for their distinguished achievements in research and contributions to their field of study. De Vries is one of 506 scientists, and the only one from Georgia State, elected to the rank this year.