Ralph J. Greenspan

Center for Brain Activity Mapping, UC San Diego

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Director of the Center for Brain Activity Mapping at UC San Diego and Professor of Neurobiology and Cognitive Science

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The human brain has more than 150 million neurons, so scientist Ralph Greenspan knows that 2 million dollars might not get him all that far in his quest to map all of those neural…

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The human brain has more than 150 million neurons, so scientist Ralph Greenspan knows that 2 million dollars might not get him all that far in his quest to map all of those neural…

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