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Developmental Neuroscience Blossoming In The 1990s

Society for Neuroscience 11 Dupont Circle, N.W.Suite 500 Washington, D.C. 20036 Phone: (202) 462-6688 Nancy Beang, executive director Carla Shatz, president 23,000 members International Society for Developmental Neuroscience University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Texas 77550-0652 Phone: (409) 772-3667 Fax: (409) 772-8028 E-mail: regino@beach.utmb.edu Arne Schousboe, president Regino Perez-Polo, secretary-general 1,000 m

Neeraja Sankaran
Midway into the 1990s--the "Decade of the Brain," as declared by the United States Congress--scientists are touting major, exciting breakthroughs in the neurosciences. Researchers continue to uncover new aspects of the structure, development, and function of the brain and nervous system.

Society for Neuroscience
11 Dupont Circle, N.W.Suite 500
Washington, D.C. 20036
Phone: (202) 462-6688

  • Nancy Beang, executive director
  • Carla Shatz, president
  • 23,000 members

    International Society for Developmental Neuroscience
    University of Texas Medical Branch
    Galveston, Texas 77550-0652
    Phone: (409) 772-3667
    Fax: (409) 772-8028
    E-mail: regino@beach.utmb.edu

  • Arne Schousboe, president
  • Regino Perez-Polo, secretary-general
  • 1,000 members
  • According to neurophysiologist Zach Hall, director of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) in Bethesda, Md., a particularly active topic of research has been developmental neuroscience. The study of the formation and maturation of the nervous system, this subdiscipline encompasses a broad range of investigations, from the expression of specific genes to the formation...

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