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  • Fri 20th June 2014

    Sol Snyder Wins 2014 Alpert Prize

    The 2014 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize will be awarded to Oleh Hornykiewicz of the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Toronto; Roger Nicoll of the University of California, San Francisco; and Solomon Snyder of the Johns Hopkins University, for their pioneering research into neurotransmission and neurodegeneration. The three recipients will share an unrestricted prize of $250,000 and will be honored at a special symposium at Harvard Medical School on Thursday, October 2, 2014. F...

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  • Fri 20th June 2014

    Sol Snyder Wins 2014 Alpert Prize

    The 2014 Warren Alpert Foundation Prize will be awarded to Oleh Hornykiewicz of the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Toronto; Roger Nicoll of the University of California, San Francisco; and Solomon Snyder of the Johns Hopkins University, for their pioneering research into neurotransmission and neurodegeneration. The three recipients will share an unrestricted prize of $250,000 and will be honored at a special symposium at Harvard Medical School on Thursday, October 2, 2014. ...

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  • Tue 17th June 2014

    Steven Hsiao, World Leader in Sensory Physiology Research

    Steven Hsiao, World Leader in Sensory Physiology Research, Has Died    Steven S. Hsiao, an internationally renowned researcher whose innovative experiments on how the brain perceives the shape, size and texture of three-dimensional objects could lead to the development of artificial limbs that can feel, died at The Johns Hopkins Hospital on June 16 of lung cancer. He was 59.             “Steve has been a defining part of Ho...

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  • Tue 17th June 2014

    Steven Hsiao, World Leader in Sensory Physiology Research

       Steven Hsiao, World Leader in Sensory Physiology Research, Has DiedSteven S. Hsiao, an internationally renowned researcher whose innovative experiments on how the brain perceives the shape, size and texture of three-dimensional objects could lead to the development of artificial limbs that can feel, died at The Johns Hopkins Hospital on June 16 of lung cancer. He was 59.             ‚ÄúSteve has been a defining part of Hopkin...

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