Recent Examples of neuroscience from the Web
Joseph S. Takahashi, the chair of the department of neuroscience and an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center, said in a statement.
Maddie Harris graduated this spring from IUPUI with a double major in biology and neuroscience, and is preparing for medical school.
When developing the product, Chao, with an M.D. from Stanford and a solid background in neuroscience, took a scientific and data-based approach.
St. Tammany Parish Hospital in Covington has opened a new neuroscience unit, which includes a 10 surgical recovery beds and four critical care beds, the hospital said in a news release.
Steven Buck, a professor in the neuroscience graduate program at the University of Washington, said yellow is the only color that changes its hue when it's made darker than its surroundings.
As students took up iPhones, Trelease—who teaches anatomy, neuroscience, and embryology—added app developer to his titles of doctor and professor.
The two had finished grad school in unrelated fields, but enrolled in night classes for biology and neuroscience.
Al-Dhubaib actually studied neuroscience at Case before a formal data science degree was offered his senior year.
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First Known Use of neuroscience
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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