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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.
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.
Kraus is a professor of neurobiology, physiology
UC Irvine’s Claudia Kawas, a professor of neurology, neurobiology and behavior, is the keynote speaker.
Jack Feldman, professor of neurobiology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, studies how the brain generates breathing movements and the effects of breathing on emotion and arousal.
The remains are used by Debomoy Lahiri, a professor of neurobiology, psychiatry and genetics who is trying to develop a cure for Alzheimer’s.
Kraus is a professor of neurobiology, physiology; otolaryngology in the department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Northwestern University and is the principal investigator for the Auditory Neuroscience Lab.
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