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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Appendixes
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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH A Task Force Topics and Rosters Task Force 1 Task Force 1 met in Washington, D.C. on January 30 and 31, 1990. The group examined the issues related to establishing a complex of automated resources for neuroscience research from the perspective of those working in neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, and other fields in which the hierarchical character of neural systems must be considered. Gordon M. Shepherd, * Yale University School of Medicine Vinton Cerf, * Corporation for National Research Initiatives David G. Amaral, Salk Institute Joseph Capowski, Eutectics Electronics Edward G. Jones, University of California, Irvine, College of Medicine David Lipman, National Center for Biotechnology Information Clifford Lynch, University of California, Oakland David A. McCormick, Yale University School of Medicine Scooter Morris, Genentech Clint Potter, National Center for Supercomputing Applications Bruce Schatz, University of Arizona Terrence J. Sejnowski, Salk Institute
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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Task Force 2 Task Force 2 met in Washington, D.C. on February 1 and 2, 1990. The group examined the relevant issues in relation to mapping the presence of neurotransmitters, receptors, or changes in glucose metabolism, blood flow, or ion concentration in specific regions of the brain (i.e., autoradiographic and densitometric data). Joseph T. Coyle, * Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Diane C.P. Smith, * Xerox Corporation Michael J. Kuhar, NIDA Addiction Research Center Charles Molnar, Washington University Virginia M. Pickel, Cornell University, School of Medicine Arthur W. Toga, University of California, Los Angeles Oleh Tretiak, Drexel University Stanley J. Watson, University of Michigan School of Medicine Turner Whitted, Numerical Design Ltd. William Yamamoto, George Washington University Medical Center Task Force 3 Task Force 3 met in Irvine, California, on March 5 and 6, 1990. The group examined the issues from the perspective of those involved in human brain imaging, including PET scanning, MRI visualization, CT scanning, and the combination or overlaying of these images. Marcus E. Raichle, * Washington University School of Medicine Jerome R. Cox, * Washington University Karen J. Berkley, * Florida State University Verne S. Caviness, Massachusetts General Hospital Alan Evans, Montreal Neurological Institute Peter Fox, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine David LaBerge, University of California, Irvine Martin Reite, University of Colorado Larry Squire, Veterans Administration Medical Center, San Diego Chris Wood, Los Alamos National Laboratory Task Force 4 Task Force 4 met in Irvine, California, on March 7 and 8, 1990, and examined the issues in relation to the generation of a comprehensive
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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH brain mapping project aimed toward the storage and possible display of organized knowledge about the structure and functions of the brain. Donald J. Woodward, * University of Texas Health Science Center James Kajiya, * California Institute of Technology Floyd E. Bloom, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation Dean Hillman, New York University Medical Center Richard Lucier, * Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Bruce McCormick, Texas A & M University George Paxinos, University of New South Wales, Australia Larry W. Swanson, * University of Southern California David Van Essen, * California Institute of Technology James Winget, Silicon Graphics Kwang-I Yu, TRW * Member, Institute of Medicine Committee on a National Neural Circuitry Database.
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