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Patrick Lewis, an associate professor of neuroscience at the University of Reading, wrote after Dr. Carlsson’s death.
So there’s a lot of neuroscience about how vision works and how the eye and retina and visual cortex work, but none of that says anything about the conscious experience of seeing.
The work of Isha's small network of scientists reminds me of the early days of neuroscience, when there was almost no federal funding for brain research.
The job posting did not specify any particular branch of neuroscience.
Brown, who plans to study neuroscience at TCU and wants to become an orthopedic surgeon, said he is ranked 64th in a senior class of 865 students.
The collaboration will focus on specialties including cardiovascular, neuroscience, pediatrics, orthopedics, and transplant medicine.
The first United States museum exhibition devoted to the scientific illustrations of this Spanish giant of neuroscience is among the year’s best so far.
About once a month, Levin speaks to students, teachers or parents and explains the neuroscience of addiction.
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NEUROSCIENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of neuroscience for English Language Learners
: the scientific study of nerves and especially of how nerves affect learning and behavior
medical Definition of neuroscience
neuroscientificplay \-ˌsī-ən-ˈtif-ik\ adjective
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