William T. Greenough Papers (Born Digital Records) | University of Illinois Archives
William T. Greenough Papers (Born Digital Records), ca.1990-2010, contains drafts of manuscripts, correspondence, research and teaching material, grant proposals, and biographical sketches concerning William T. Greenough's career as a 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. Files are from Professor Greenough's laptop.
Additional digital materials are available upon request. Include complementary information about Greenough's career as director for the Center for Advanced Study and his work at the Beckman Institute as the Co-Director of the Main Research Theme Group on Biological Intelligence. Materials document research collaborations with colleagues, such as on the neurobiology of the fragile X syndrome, cellular mechanisms of memory storage, and aging, as well as his work as editor for the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at https://medusa.library.illinois.edu/collections/349
Online material contains 607 MB of files. Files have undergone minimal processing, and may require the use of specialized software for display and access. Formats include DOC, PPT, WPD, AVI, MPG, MOV, and HTML.
Additional Digital Materials include 8.06 GB of files. Files have undergone minimal processing, and may require the use of specialized software for display and access
National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
University of Illinois Center for Advanced Study