Primary Creator: Greenough, William T.
Extent: 5.6 cubic feet
Arrangement: By subject, chronological thereunder.
Subjects: Beckman Institute, Faculty Papers, National Academy of Sciences (NAS), National Institutes of Health, Neuro-Psychiatry, Physiology, Psychology, University of Illinois Center for Advanced Study
Papers of William T. Greenough (1944-2014), Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Psychology, and Psychiatry, contain correspondence with colleagues, technical papers, research material, laboratory notes and notebooks, grant proposals and contracts with the National Institutes of Health, the FRAXA Research Foundation, and the Kiwanis International Spastic Paralysis Foundation, and press files relating to his research on the neurobiology of fragile X syndrome, brain development and maturation, cellular signaling in brain plasticity in learning and memory, and investigations of professional integrity concerning Kjeld Mollgaard, as well as his induction into the National Academy of Sciences (1992), his role as Director of the Center for Advanced Study (2000-2009), and his work at the Beckman Institute as Associate Director (1987-1991) and as Co-director (1991-2009) of the Main Research Theme Group on Biological Intelligence.
Contains drafts of manuscripts, correspondence, research and teaching material, and biographical sketches concerning William T. Greenough's career as professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology, Psychology, and Psychiatry, and as director for the Center for Advanced Study and his work at the Beckman Institute.
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