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…

California Maps the Brain to Unlock Its Secrets

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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