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Dr. Duane E. Haines received his PhD degree from Michigan State University (1969) and has served in academic and administrative positions at the Medical College of Virginia (Assistant Professor), West Virginia University (Associate Professor to Professor and Associate Chairman), and The University of Mississippi Medical Center (Professor and Chairman). His research has been concerned with human brain morphology and systems neuroscience, particularly motor systems and the cerebellum. His teaching expertise is in Neuroscience to Medical and Graduate students, Residents in Neurology and in Neurosurgery, and special groups such as residents in the Intensive Care Unit nurses on the clinical neuroscience departments. His scientific papers have been published in journals such as Brain Research, Journal of Comparative Neurology, Experimental Brain Research, Brain Behavior and Evolution, Anatomy and Embryology, and others. He has authored chapters in a number of books, and is the co-­‐author of a Histology Atlas, an illustrated Q&A for Neuroscience for Medical Students, a Neuroscience Text (currently 4th Ed) and an Atlas of the Human Brain, Structure and Systems (currently 9th Ed). In addition, Dr. Haines has served as an Elected Officer in National/International Scientific and Educational organizations. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a Fellow of the American Association of Anatomists.