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Uncovering the Brain

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Understanding the BRAIN with Fleming Crim of NSF and Tom Insel of NIH
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May 14, 2013

Physical and Mathematical Principles of Brain Structure and Function Workshop "Uncovering the Brain: Featuring Fleming Crim (NSF/MPS) and Thomas Insel (NIH/NIMH)"  

Listen to Fleming Crim, Assistant Director for MPS and Thomas Insel, Director of the National Institute discuss the recent workshop on "Physical and Mathematical Principles of Brain Structure and Function" co-sponsored by MPS and BIO.

The workshop was held in Arlington, VA on May 6-7, 2013 and brought together leading scientists to identify basic physical and mathematical principles of brain structure and function. Understanding how the human brain works has emerged as a major international focus of research for the coming decade, which will require advances in structural, functional, and computational neuroscience that can only be developed through experiments and computational studies on model systems such as nematodes, fruit flies, zebrafish, mice, and primates. For more information about the workshop, please see:http://physicsoflivingsystems.org/brainstructureandfunction/

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