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neuroanatomy

[¦nu̇r·ō·ə′nad·ə·mē]
(anatomy)
The study of the anatomy of the nervous system and nerve tissue.
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My whole focus was really on my career." She still works as the national spokesperson for the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center, is an adjunct instructor at the Indiana University School of Medicine and the consulting neuroanatomist on brain cancer for the Midwest Proton Radiotherapy Institute.
Taylor was a renowned neuroanatomist, specializing in the brain and its functions.
Dr Taylor is a neuroanatomist at Indiana University School of Medicine but in 1996 suffered a massive stroke in her left brain while working at Harvard Medical School.
What became known as Golgi's method was later used by Spanish neuroanatomist Santiago Ramon y Cajal to reveal much about the organization of the nervous system.
At various junctures in The Singing Life of Birds he shifts authorial voice from dispassionate neuroanatomist to thoughtful diarist, a procedure that ought to seem more jarring than it turns out to be owing to the restrained use of technical vocabulary.
Fox's father, Clement, was a neuroanatomist, later head of the anatomy department at Wayne State University, Detroit.
"The findings of this study extend the potential value of GVG to treat addiction," said Stephen Dewey, lead researcher and a Brookhaven neuroanatomist. "More importantly, our results show promise in treating inhalant abuse as it continues to grow as a problem among adolescents."
We had stayed at this aging, but still very elegant, hotel many years ago when I had made a special trip to meet with the famous neuroanatomist Alf Brodel to discuss unpublished research on neuroanatomic pathways.
Christiana Leonard, Ph.D., a neuroanatomist, showed that not only physical properties of the brain but also socioeconomic indicators of environmental factors predict performance on reading and language measures.
Around 1860, a German neuroanatomist named Otto Friedrich Carl Dieters first discerned that the amorphous gray matter of the brain contained tightly packed cells distinct from the neurons.
Little,[27] who wrote the classic description of cerebral palsy and championed the former view, and Sigmund Freud,[28] the famed psychoanalyst and neuroanatomist, who championed the latter view.
Laura Allen, a neuroanatomist at the University of California at Los Angeles, is doing the kind of work that angers Ms.