Eric Morrow is the Mencoff Family Professor of Biology at Brown University. He is a physician-scientist and also Director of the Brown University Center for Translational Neuroscience. Prior to joining the faculty at Brown, Dr. Morrow completed MD-PhD training at Harvard Medical School and post-graduate in the Departments of Psychiatry, Neurology, and Genetics at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Morrow’s work bridges between patient-oriented studies with families with neurogenetic disorders, as well as basic experimental studies in molecular and cellular neuroscience. Dr. Morrow has experience in working with non-profit organizations and family advocacy organizations focused on rare neurogenetic disorders, including organizations early at the point of their formation and growth, as well as more advance and established non-profit organizations.