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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH C Lists of Speakers and Demonstrators in Symposia and Open Hearings Neuroscience Symposium and Open Hearing National Academy of Sciences Washington, D.C. June 15, 1990 CARLA J. SHATZ Stanford University School of Medicine “Correlated neural activity and visual system development” RICHARD J. ROBERTS Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory “Predictive sequence motifs in proteins” GORDON SHEPHERD * Yale University School of Medicine Open Hearing: “Creating a national neuroscience resource”
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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Washington Computer Demonstrations WARREN YOUNG Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation STEVE WERTHEIM Harvard University STEVE GREENBERG, WALLY WELKER University of Wisconsin ARTHUR TOGA University of California, Los Angeles Neuroscience Symposium and Open Hearing University of California San Francisco June 26, 1990 ROBERT L. MACDONALD University of Michigan “Regulation of single channel properties of native and cloned GABA A receptors” ROBERT LANGRIDGE University of California, San Francisco “Computational molecular biology” DAVID VAN ESSEN * California Institute of Technology Open Hearing: “Creating a national neuroscience resource” San Francisco Computer Demonstrations WARREN YOUNG Scripps Clinic & Research Foundation ARTHUR TOGA University of California, Los Angeles JONATHAN NISSANOV Drexel University
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MAPPING THE BRAIN AND ITS FUNCTIONS: INTEGRATING ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES INTO NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Neuroscience Symposium and Open Hearing Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois July 12, 1990 CHRISTOF KOCH California Institute of Technology “Computing optical flow in men, monkeys, and machines” PETER L. PEARSON The Johns Hopkins University “The development and implementation of databases for mapping the human genome” DONALD WOODWARD* University of Texas Health Science Center Open Hearing: “Creating a national neuroscience resource” Chicago Computer Demonstrations STEVE WERTHEIM Harvard University ARTHUR TOGA University of California, Los Angeles STEVE GREENBERG University of Wisconsin JONATHAN NISSANOV Drexel University * Member, Institute of Medicine Committee on a National Neural Circuitry Database.
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