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History of Neuroscience

If you have not come across the YouTube video series "History of Neuroscience" I encorouge you to take a look.  I just finished watching the video by Louis Sokoloff , which I highly recommend for anyone to watch who does FDG-PET imaging.  At some point, I will try and blog about how important the 2DG and later FDG methods have been for neuroscience.  For me, it was an honor to train with Joanna Fowler at Brookhaven National Lab (where FDG was invented) and such a delight to continue working with Joanna on projects in my current position.  I'm inspired by how one molecule developed by chemists can have such a profound influence on knowledge.  I was drawn to PET imaging as a chemist because of the translational power that PET provides a chemist for studying living human beings.  I'm proud to have a research group that is diverse but is rooted in chemistry.  I have the pleasure of working with and training incredible neuroscientists, biologists, biochemists, and chemists.  I hope that through blogging, our group will convey the types of research problems that we find exciting and what it is like to work with us.

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