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Lange, who designed the facility, studied bioengineering, neurobiology and genetics at the University of Iowa.
The bride and groom graduated cum laude from Harvard, she with a degree in neurobiology and he with a joint degree in linguistics and music.
At a mere 100,000 neurons—compared with our 86 billion—the small size of the fly brain makes it a good place to pick apart the inner workings of neurobiology.
Dr. Counter graduated in 1965 from Tennessee State University, a historically black institution, and five years later received a doctorate in neurobiology from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.
Haimor holds bachelor's degrees in music and neurobiology, eventually switching his major to music to pursue master's degrees in conducting at the University of California, Davis, and Indiana University in Bloomington.
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Understanding the neurobiology of the brain remains one of the great challenges of modern medicine.
Scientists like Owings and Win Watson, who teaches animal neurobiology and physiology at the University of New Hampshire, are trying to get to the bottom of it.
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