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Tuesday
Aug252015

What does the Hooker Lab do?

Based on our outward face (publications), people most associate us with PET imaging and perhaps with HDAC.  Those in the lab will tell you there is so much more. We've evolved into a lab that is taking on societal challenges associated with human brain disease.  If you look at a word association today you'll see the tools that we've built in the last 5 years.  I predict when you look at a new version of the map in 5 years, you'll see our disease focus areas emerge.  Scientific publications are a snapshot of the PAST not the current or the future.  I think that is an important lesson to keep in mind. (Visualization created with VOSViewer).

 

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Really nice insight..hope will get there soon

September 28, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterAsvab

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