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  1. Eye, Brain, and Vision (Scientific American Library) by David H. Hubel, 1995-05-15
  2. Canadian Neuroscientists: Donald O. Hebb, Wilder Penfield, Michael Persinger, Brenda Milner, Jane Stewart, David H. Hubel, Merlin Donald
  3. Auge und Gehirn: Neurobiologie des Sehens (German Edition) by David H Hubel, 1989-02-10
  4. The visual cortex of the brain (Scientific American offprints) by David H Hubel, 1963
  5. The Brain by David H Hubel, 1984
  6. Brain and Visual Perception: The Story of a 25-Year Collaboration. by David H. Hubel, 2005
  7. Brain mechanisms of vision (Scientific American offprints) by David H Hubel, 1979
  8. Brain and Visual Perception: The Story of a 25-Year Collaboration by Torsten N. Wiesel David H. Hubel, 2004
  9. El Cerebro (Libros de Investigación y Ciencia) by David H. Hubel, Charles F. Stevens, et all 1981
  10. Eye, Brain, and Vision Scientific American Library Series, No 22 RUSSIAN LANGUAGE EDITION by David H. Hubel, 1990
  11. Brain and Visual Perception: The Story of a 25-Year Collaboration by David H. Hubel M.D., Torsten N. Wiesel M.D., 2004-10-14

1. David H. Hubel - Autobiography
david H. hubel – Autobiography. contacts with Stephen Kuffler (until his deatha year ago) and with Edwin Furshpan, Edward Kravitz, david Potter and
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I did honors mathematics and physics, partly to find out why nothing worked in electronics, but mainly because it was more fun to do problems than to learn facts. I still much prefer to do science than to read about it. I graduated in 1947 and, almost on the toss of a coin, despite never having taken a course in biology (even in high school, where it was considered a subject only for those who could not do Latin or mathematics) I applied to Medical School at McGill. Rather to my horror I was accepted. At first I found it very difficult, given my total ignorance of biology and the need to memorize every muscular insertion in the body. I spent summers at the Montreal Neurological Institute doing electronics (I now had the theoretical basis but still no talent with a soldering iron) and there I became fascinated by the nervous system - small wonder considering that this was the period of culmination of the work of Penfield and Jasper. To my surprise I also found I enjoyed clinical medicine: it took three years of hospital training after graduation, (a year of internship and two of residency in neurology) before that interest finally wore off. The years of hospital training were interrupted by a year of clinical neurophysiology under Herbert Jasper, who was unequalled for his breadth and clarity of thinking in brain science. On setting foot into the United States in 1954 for a Neurology year at

2. David H. Hubel - Nobel Lecture
david H. hubel – nobel Lecture. Evolution david H. hubel Autobiographynobel Lecture Swedish nobel Stamps Other Resources. Torsten
Evolution of ideas on the primary visual cortex, 1955-1978: A biased historical account Nobel Lecture December 8, 1981
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3. David H. Hubel Winner Of The 1981 Nobel Prize In Medicine
david H. hubel, a nobel Prize Laureate in Physiology and Medicine, at the nobelPrize Internet Archive. david H. hubel. 1981 nobel Laureate in Medicine
1981 Nobel Laureate in Medicine
    for their discoveries concerning information processing in the visual system.
    Born: 1926
    Place of Birth: Canada
    Residence: U.S.A.
    Affiliation: Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
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4. Index Of Nobel Laureates In Medicine
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE.Name, Year Awarded. Houssay, Bernardo Alberto, 1947. hubel, david H. 1981.
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5. David H. Hubel Don't Be Shy, Meet A Scientist! Winner Nobel
david H. hubel, winner of the nobel Prize in Medicine, 1991, is Professorof Neurobiology at Harvard University. His research led

6. Profile : David H. Hubel
david H. hubel. Medicine. If you hear about a scientist who appeals to your interests,look him or her up. Don't be shy . Achievement Cowinner of the nobel

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8. Discoveries Concerning "visual System": Biographical
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David H. Hubel was born in 1926 in Windsor, Canada. In 1951 he received a medical degree from McGill University. From 1955-1958 he worked at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research with Torsten N. Wiesel. Hubel and Wiesel found in their studies of the visual cortex that the cells are arranged in a regular manner in columns, and that the cells within each such column have the same functions in interpreting the impulse message from the eyes. (Klinika 1999) Hubel and Wiesel were also able to show by their experiments that the ability of the cells in the visual cortex to interpret the code of the impulse message from the retina is developed directly after birth. On October 9, 1981 The Nobel Assembly of Karolinska Institutet decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with one half to Roger W. Sperry for his discoveries concerning "the functional specialization of the cerebral hemispheres" and the other half jointly to David H. Hubel

david H. hubel, nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1981). Lawrence R. Klein,nobel Prize in Economics (1980). Simon Kuznets, nobel Prize in Economics (1971).
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By Arno Penzias Czeslaw Milosz Daniel Nathans David H. Hubel ... William A. Fowler
As members of the international community of intellectuals and scholars we are shocked by the recent indictment and the imminent trial of three dissident leaders, Adam Michnik, Bogdan Lis, and Wladyslaw Frasyniuk. These actions indicate that our hopes for a more tolerant attitude toward free speech in Poland have been unfounded. These leaders, already imprisoned for two months, have been charged with inciting public unrest for merely discussing the possibility of calling a fifteen-minute general strike to protest food price increases. The strike, as you know, never even occurred. Among those jailed is the historian Adam Michnik. A noted author and theorist of democracy, Michnik has devoted a lifetime to nonviolent protest on behalf of economic, cultural, and political freedom. He has already spent several years in prison in Poland. His release last summer was interpreted by some as a harbinger of liberalization. Mr. Michnik's reimprisonment, so suddenly, obviously belies this view. We strongly protest the imprisonment of Mr. Michnik and his colleagues. Any government which responds to the peaceful dissent of intellectuals through forceful detainment violates international standards of human rights and in so doing alienates itself from individuals and institutions in the world for whom such rights are sacrosanct. We demand that the Polish government adopt a genuine program of liberalization and begin by releasing Mr. Michnik and his colleagues.

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN CHEMISTRY Name Year Awarded Alder, Kurt Altman, Sidney Anfinsen, Christian B. Arrhenius, Svante August ... Zsigmondy, Richard Adolf ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF NOBEL PRIZE LAUREATES IN PHYSIOLOGY AND MEDICINE Name Year Awarded Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas Arber, Werner Axelrod, Julius Baltimore, David ... Zinkernagel, Rolf M. Source: The Nobel Prize Internet Archive

12. Premios Nobel De Medicina
Premios nobel de Medicina. Año, Tema, Ganador. 1980, Benacerraf, Baruj; Dausset,Jean; Snell, George D. 1981, hubel, david H.; Sperry, Roger W.; Wiesel, Torsten N.
Premios Nobel de Medicina
Tema Ganador Behring, Emil Adolf Von Ross, Sir Ronald Finsen, Niels Ryberg Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich Koch, Robert Cajal, Santiago Ramon Y.; Golgi, Camillo Laveran, Charles Louis Alphonse Ehrlich, Paul; Metchnikoff, Ilya Ilyich Kocher, Emil Theodor Kossel, Albrecht Gullstrand, Allvar Carrel, Alexis Richet, Charles Robert Barany, Robert Bordet, Jules Krogh, Schack August Steenberger Hill, Sir Archibald Vivian; Meyerhof, Otto Fritz; Banting, Sir Frederick Grant; Macleod, John James Richard; Einthoven, Willem; Fibiger, Johannes Andreas Grib Wagner-Jauregg, Julius Nicolle, Charles Jules Henri Eijkman, Christiaan; Hopkins, Sir Frederick Gowland Landsteiner, Karl Warburg, Otto Heinrich Adrian, Lord Edgar Douglas; Sherrington, Sir Charles Scott Morgan, Thomas Hunt Minot, George Richards; Murphy, William Parry; Whipple, George Hoyt Spemann, Hans Dale, Sir Henry Hallett; Loewi, Otto Nagyrapolt, Albert Szent-Gyorgyi Von Heymans, Corneille Jean Francois Domagk, Gerhard Dam, Henrik Carl Peter; Doisy, Edward Adelbert Erlanger, Joseph; Gasser, Herbert Spencer

13. Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society: Nobel Laureates
About Sigma Xi » Overview » nobel Laureates V. Schally 1977 Rosalyn S. Yalow 1979Allan M. Cormack 1980 George D. Snell 1981 david H. hubel 1981 Roger W
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1907 Albert Michelson
1921 Albert Einstein
1923 Robert A. Millikan
1925 James Franck
1927 Arthur H. Compton
1936 Carl D. Anderson
1937 Clinton J. Davisson 1938 Enrico Fermi 1939 Ernest O. Lawrence 1943 Otto Stern 1944 Isidor Isaac Rabi 1945 Wolfgang Pauli 1946 Percy Williams Bridgman 1952 Felix Bloch 1952 Edward M. Purcell 1955 Polykarp Kusch 1955 Willis E. Lamb, Jr. 1956 John Bardeen 1956 Walter H. Brattain 1956 William Shockley 1957 Chen Ning Yang 1958 Igor Y. Tamm 1959 Owen Chamberlain 1959 Emilio G. Segre 1960 Donald A. Glaser 1961 Robert Hofstadter 1963 Eugene P. Wigner

14. David H. Hubel And Torsten N. Wiesel
david H. hubel, MD and Torsten N. Wiesel, MD. hubel and Wiesel studied the functionaland structural details of the Their work earned them the nobel Prize for
David H. Hubel, M.D. and Torsten N. Wiesel, M.D.
Dr. Hubel received his bachelor's degree and MD from McGill University. He joined the faculty of the Harvard Medical School in 1959. Dr. Wiesel earned his medical degree from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm in 1954 and joined the Harvard Medical School faculty the same year as Hubel. Drs. Hubel and Wiesel studied the functional and structural details of the visual cortex.In the 1960s the pair studied the effects of abnormal visual experience on the immature nervous systems of young animals, simulating human amblyopia. Their work earned them the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1981.

15. Huglings Jackson Lectures
Institute. 1980. Dr. Donald Tower. 1982. Dr. david H. hubel, HarvardUniversity (nobel Prize in Medicine, 1981). 1984. Dr. david Kuhl. 1985.
Hughlings Jackson Lectures
The first Hughlings Jackson Lecture was given by Dr. Wilder Penfield in 1935. The speakers have always been prominent members of the scientific community, including eight Nobel Laureates (Drs. Edgar Adrian, Otto Loewi, Henry Dale, J.C. Eccles, Herbert Gasser, Roger Sperry, David Hubel, Sidney Altman and Paul Greengard). Other noteworthy speakers have included Drs. Theodore Rasmussen, Brenda Milner, Leonhard Wolfe, William Feindel and Albert Aguayo. For the entire list of speakers, please see the table below.
Dr. Wilder Penfield, Montreal Neurological Institute Staff members, Montreal Neurological Institute Dr. Karl S. Lashley Dr. Detlev W. Bronk Dr. Walter B. Cannon Dr. Charles H. Best Dr. Stephen W. Ranson Dr. Edgar D. Adrian (Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1932) Dr. Phillip Bard Dr. Percival Bailey Dr. Stanley Cobb Dr. Otto Loewi (Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1936) Sir Henry Dale (Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1936) Dr. Derek Denny-Brown Dr. H. Cuthbert Bazett

16. University Of Toronto -- Nobel Prize Centennial Lectures 2001
Besides the nobel Prize, he has received 25 major awards and 26 honorary degreesfrom universities in the United States david H. hubel (Medicine, 1981).

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About the Participants John C. Polanyi Har Gobind Khorana Bertram K. Brockhouse Andrew V. Schally ... (back to main page) JOHN C. POLANYI (Chemistry, 1986) John Polanyi who was born in Berlin, Germany in 1929, migrated with his Hungarian parents to England in 1933. He did his university studies at Manchester University, earning his Ph.D. in 1952, the same year in which he came to Canada. He worked as a post-doctoral fellow at the National Research Council Laboratories in Ottawa from 1952-1954, and as a research associate at Princeton University from 1954-1956. In 1956 he joined the faculty of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Toronto where he has remained every since. His research involved the development of a new field of research in chemistry-reaction dynamics-providing a much more detailed understanding of how chemical reactions take place. For this work, he shared the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. His ongoing research has earned him many other awards and honours, including, the Royal Medal of the Royal Society, and some thirty honorary degrees from six countries. Dr. Polanyi has served on the Prime Minister of Canada's Advisory Board on Science and Technology, and the Premier's Council of Ontario. An advocate of international human rights, he was a founding member of the Committee on Scholarly Freedom of the Royal Society, and the Canadian Committee for Scientists and Scholars, and the founding Chairman of the Canadian Pugwash Group in 1960. Dr. Polanyi has written extensively on science policy, the control of armaments, and peacekeeping.

17. John Polanyi Official Website Nobel Statement, Signatories, Statement By Nobel L
Signatores, Statement by nobel Laureates on the occasion of the onehundredth anniversaryof the nobel Prize. david H. hubel (Physiology/Medicine, 1981
Signatores, Statement by Nobel Laureates
on the occasion of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Nobel Prize
  • Zhores I. Alferov (Physics, 2000) Sidney Altman (Chemistry, 1989) Philip W. Anderson (Physics, 1977) Oscar Arias Sanchez (Peace, 1987) J. Georg Bednorz (Physics, 1987) Bishop Carlos F. X. Belo (Peace, 1996) Baruj Benacerraf (Physiology/Medicine, 1980) Hans A. Bethe (Physics, 1967) Gerd K. Binnig (Physics, 1986) James W. Black (Physiology/Medicine, 1988) Guenter Blobel (Physiology/Medicine, 1999) Nicolaas Bloembergen (Physics, 1981) Norman E. Borlaug (Peace, 1970) Paul D. Boyer (Chemistry, 1997) Bertram N. Brockhouse (Physics, 1994) Herbert C. Brown (Chemistry, 1979) Georges Charpak (Physics, 1992) Claude Cohen-Tannoudji (Physics, 1997) John W. Cornforth (Chemistry, 1975) Francis H.C. Crick (Physiology/ Medicine, 1962) James W. Cronin (Physics, 1980) Paul J. Crutzen (Chemistry, 1995) Robert F. Curl (Chemistry, 1996) His Holiness The Dalai Lama (Peace, 1989) Johann Deisenhofer (Chemistry, 1988) Peter C. Doherty (Physiology/Medicine, 1996) Manfred Eigen (Chemistry, 1967)
  • 18. Nobel Laureates Affiliated With The Rockefeller University
    Back to RU Home, nobel Laureates Affiliated with The Rockefeller University. informationis transmitted from the retina to the brain, with david H. hubel.
    Nobel Laureates Affiliated with The Rockefeller University
    Alexis Carrel (1912) , Physiology or Medicine
    For his work in suturing blood vessels and in the transplantation of organs.
    Karl Landsteiner (1930) , Physiology or Medicine
    For classification of blood groups.
    Herbert S. Gasser (1944) , Physiology or Medicine
    For his studies with Joseph Erlanger on the electrophysiology of nerves.
    John H. Northrop and Wendell M. Stanley (1946) , Chemistry
    For their work with James B. Sumner on the purification and crystallization of enzymes.
    Fritz Lipmann (1953) , Physiology or Medicine
    For his discovery of coenzyme A and his studies of intermediary metabolism, with Hans Krebs.
    Edward L. Tatum (1958) , Physiology or Medicine
    For discovery that genes act by regulating specific chemical processes, with George Beadle.
    Joshua Lederberg (1958) , Physiology or Medicine
    For his work on the organization of genetic material in bacteria.
    Peyton Rous (1966) , Physiology or Medicine
    For establishing a virus as the cause of chicken sarcoma, with Charles B. Huggins.
    H. Keffer Hartline (1967)

    19. Nobel Laureates Of The Rockefeller University
    1999 Günter Blobel Physiology or Medicine Günter Blobel received the 1999 NobelPrize in is transmitted from the retina to the brain, with david H. hubel.
    Nobel Laureates of The Rockefeller University Since the institution's founding in 1901, 21 Nobel Prize winners have been associated with the university. Of these, two are Rockefeller graduates (Edelman and Baltmore) and six laureates are current members of the Rockefeller faculty ( Blobel de Duve, Greengard Lederberg Merrifield and Wiesel 2000 Paul Greengard
    Physiology or Medicine
    Paul Greengard shared the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of how dopamine and a number of other transmitters in the brain exert their action in the nervous system.
    Physiology or Medicine
    Günter Blobel received the 1999 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery that proteins are customized with intrinsic "ZIP codes" for delivery to exact destinations within the cell. 1984 R. Bruce Merrifield

    20. Development Of The Cerebral Cortex: IX. Cortical Development And Experience: I
    Torsten N. Wiesel http// H. hubel http//
    Development of the Cerebral Cortex:
    IX. Cortical Development and Experience: I
    Susan Hockfield, Ph.D., and Paul Lombroso, M.D.
    J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry, 37(9):992-993, 1998
    Environmental factors become critically important during later stages of brain maturation. In humans and other mammals, the number of synapses increases dramatically after birth. The specificity of neuronal connections is then refined during early postnatal life. Experimental data have shown conclusively that neuronal activity is critical for the elaboration of synaptic territories, as well as for making proper synaptic connections. Thus, once the initial circuitry of the CNS is guided by intrinsic factors into roughly correct patterns, after birth environmentally derived activity takes over to refine connections between neurons.
    In the 1960s and 1970s, Torsten Wiesel and David Hubel conducted an influencial series of experiments on this topic, for which they received the Nobel Prize in 1981. Their work demonstrated that the organization of the adult visual cortex relies heavily on early visual experiences. The primary visual cortex receives input from the two eyes via a relay in the thalamic visual area (the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus). Like all cortices, the primary visual cortex is a layered structure, with visual input forming synapses on neurons in layer 4.
    Figure 1.

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