CNUP: Center for Neuroscience

13th Annual CNUP Retreat

September 17–19, 1999
Oglebay Resort and Conference Center
Wheeling, West Virginia

Douglas P. Munoz, PhD
Associate Professor of Physiology and Psychology, MRC Group in Sensory Motor Neuroscience, Queen’s University
“Using Eye Movements to Probe Brain Function and Dysfunction”

Baldomero (Toto) M. Olivera, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Biology, University of Utah
“Using Venomous Cone Snails to Investigate Nervous System Function”

Barbara J. Sahakian, PhD
Lecturer in Clinical Neuropsychology, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge
“The Neuropsychiatry of Decision Making”

Charles F. Stevens, MD, PhD
Professor and Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies
“The Principle of Maximum Complexity and Some of Its Consequences”

Stephen C. Woods, PhD
Professor of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati Medical Center
“The Integration of Food Intake and Body Weight Regulation by the Brain”


1999 Group Photo

Past Retreats