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Distinguished Fellowship awarded to Professor George Paxinos

George Paxinos The Council of the Royal Society of NSW is delighted to announce the awarding of a Distinguished Fellowship to Professor George Paxinos AO FASSA FAA DistFRSN. The honour Distinguished Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales is a prestigious award, limited to 25 in number at any time, that recognises internationally-distinguished contributors to science, art, literature, or philosophy. Professor Paxinos, an eminent Greek-Australian neuroscientist, is co-author of the Rat Brain in Stereotaxic Coordinates which, with over 65,000 citations across its seven Editions, it is the most cited Australian publication and the most cited neuroscience publication.

Further information about the achievements of Professor Paxinos is available on the Distinguished Fellows page.

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