Dr. John Morley
John E. Morley, M.D., is known internationally as a gerontological researcher, clinician and educator, and Professor of Gerontology at St. Louis University. In addition to extensive personal scientific achievements, Dr. Morley has directed the clinical training programs in both endocrinology and geriatrics and supervised research activities ranging from basic biomedical investigation to epidemiology and health services research. His major interests are frailty, nutrition, alzheimers's disease, diabetes and nursing homes. He is the recipient of the Ipsen Foundation of Longevity Award in 2001, the American Geriatrics Society's Lascher/Manning Award for Lifetime Achievement in Geriatrics in 2002, the Gerontological Society of America's Freeman Award in 2004, and the AMDA Pattee Award for Educational Excellence in 2011. He has developed a number of educational games and has a special interest in continuous quality improvement (CQI).
- John Morley, MB, BCh; "Nutritional Supplementation and Sarcopenia: The Evidence Grows", JAMDA, 2015.
- John Morley, MB, BCh; "Nutrition and Aging Well", JAMDA, 2017.
- John Morley, MB, BCh, et. al.; "Nutritional recommendations for the management of sarcopenia.", JAMDA, 2010.
- John Morley, MB, BCh, et. al.; "Is It Time to Retire Santa Claus?.", JAMDA, 2016.
- The Gateway Geriatric Education Center