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What lead author Nick J Spencer, a neurophysiology professor at Flinders University, and his team found by using high resolution neuronal imaging on mice was that the firing of these neurons down below happens in a rhythmic pattern.
At this point, this technique is really only useful in research, points out Takeshi Imai, a professor of neurophysiology at Kyushu University’s Graduate School of Medical Sciences, who was not involved with the study.
Anthony Barker, a medical physicist at the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom, introduced TMS in 1985 as a lab tool for probing human neurophysiology.
At the ADRC, world renowned scientists in molecular biology and neurophysiology are working around the clock with clinicians, exercise physiologists and behavioralists to provide people suffering with Alzheimer’s new therapies.
Upon graduation from Princeton, Scott joined the Ph.D. program in biological psychology at Duke University, specializing in the neural mechanisms of taste and the neurophysiology of feeding and reward.
Bach-y-Rita began his medical career in visual rehabilitation, gaining a reputation as a specialist in the neurophysiology of eye muscles.
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