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Senses and Sensitivity: Neuronal Alliances for Sight and Sound

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In four talks, A. James Hudspeth, MD, PhD, and Jeremy H. Nathans, MD, PhD, discuss how sensory information is encoded and transmitted to the brain. They describe the detailed workings of two senses of great importance to humans—vision and hearing.

Dr. Hudspeth is an HHMI investigator and head of the Laboratory of Sensory Neuroscience at The Rockefeller University. Dr. Nathans is an HHMI investigator and professor of molecular biology and genetics, of neuroscience, and of ophthalmology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

by A. James Hudspeth, MD, PhD
by Jeremy Nathans, MD, PhD
by A. James Hudspeth, MD, PhD

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