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Slide title: Nobel "Tell-Tales" of Neuroscience

Slide words: From 1906 to 2004, at least 27 Nobel Prizes in "neuroscience." But, consider examples with their listed expertise or field-of-study

1906 Golgi and Cajal - Nervous System Structure (medicine)

1932 Adrian & Sherrington – Neuron Function (medicine & physiology)

1936 Dale & Loewi – Chemical Transmission between Nerves (physiology and pharmacology)

1961 Bekesy – Cochlea Function (physics)

1963 Eccles, Hodgkin & Huxley – Mechanisms of the Neuron Cell Membrane (medicine, physiology, biology,
chemistry, math, physics)

1981 Hubel & Wiesel – Information Processing in the Visual System (neurophysiology, neuropsychiatry)

2000 Carlsson, Greengard and Kandel – Signal Transduction in the Nervous System (at least one "professor of neuroscience")

Slide background image: An illustration titled "The Synapse Revealed" showing a neuron preparing to transmit a signal to its target

Slide background credit: Graham Johnson, Graham Johnson Medical Media

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