and neuroscientist at Stanford University.
from the biochemistry department at Harvard
and received MD, PhD, medical internship and psychiatry residency training at Stanford. Previous research included studies on the cellular and
molecular underpinnings of brain physiology, and in particular, the biochemical networks which function during electrical
activity in neurons to mediate memory storage.
research is targeted toward understanding of higher-level cognitive function,
including the mechanism of generation of subjective sensation from neuronal
activity. We are adapting molecular and cellular techniques to study the
assembly and behavior of intact neuronal systems, using neural
stem cells and novel tissue engineering techniques.
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