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Caleb Ellicott Finch (born July 4, 1939) is a professor at the University of Southern California's Leonard Davis School of Gerontology who studies aging in humans, with expertise in cell biology and Alzheimer's disease.
He was the founding Director of USC's NIH funded Alzheimer Disease Research Center in 1984. In 1989, the university made him one of its twelve "University Distinguished Professors". He is a full professor in Gerontology and Biological Sciences, and an adjunct professor in departments of Anthropology, Psychology, Physiology, and Neurology. He was the Chair of the National Research Council Committee on Biodemography of Aging. He is co-author of 520 scientific papers and six books, including The Biology of Human Longevity (Academic Press, 2007) and "The Role of Global Air Pollution in Aging and Disease" (Academic Press, 2017). He serves on the Scientific Advisory Board for Cure Alzheimer's Fund.
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- Crow, Lisa Marie. "Research Guides: Curosity Driven: The Caleb E. Finch Science Archives: Home". libguides.usc.edu. Retrieved 2020-01-14.