neurobiologist


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neurobiologist

 [noor″o-bi-ol´o-jist]
a specialist in neurobiology.

neurobiologist

a specialist in neurobiology.
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The brain is the most complicated known system in the universe," says James McGaugh, a neurobiologist at the University of California in Irvine.
While we struggle and wait for voice activation to really work well enough to accurately record our words, computer scientists and neurobiologists are actually beginning to translate our thoughts (or more accurately, certain of the electrical signals contained within our thoughts) into action.
Vocal-learning species are the only species that can synchronize their bodies to the rhythm of music," says neurobiologist Erich Jarvis, who is now looking for genetic changes in the brain that may account for the origins of dance.
Neurobiologist Professor Alun Davies, of the School of Biosciences, and Professor John Parkes, head of the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, were elected to The Royal Society.
Our findings suggest that boys and girls respond differently to caffeine," says neurobiologist Jennifer Temple.
Hewas named as aGreat Briton ahead of the two other finalists in the category, neurobiologist Professor Colin Blakemore and the former chief scientific adviser to the Government, Sir David King.
LEARNING TO SMELL: OLFACTORY PERCEPTION FROM NEUROBIOLOGY TO BEHAVIOR is written by a neurobiologist and psychologist and provides a new theory of olfactory perception, making it a recommended pick for any college-level health library holding.
Neurobiologist Frank Grasso, an associate professor of psychology at Brooklyn College, is one of a growing number of biomimetics researchers.
Cheryl Craft, a neurobiologist at USC's Keck School of Medicine, who adds, ``We don't understand exactly what happens, and I'd be lying if I said we did.
Together with neurobiologist Jean-Pierre Changeux, he deployed representations of the body from the Enlightenment through the 19th century in intersection with the evolving sciences of the brain: neurology and psychiatry.
Bialik is neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS's The Big Bang Theory, a sitcom centered on the lives of four scientists at Caltech.
Neurobiologist John McHaffie told Nature magazine: "These people have very strange perceptions.

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