Date: February 19, 2016
Time: 12:15 pm
Published in: Berkeley Neuroscience News | January 7, 2016
"Comparative study of the sensory areas of the human cortex" by Santiago Ramon y Cajal, published 1899, Licensed under Public Domain via Commons, Looie496
“Comparative study of the sensory areas of the human cortex” by Santiago Ramon y Cajal, published 1899, Licensed under Public Domain via Commons, Looie496

Lunchtime talk at BAMPFA
2155 Center Street, Berkeley

Dan Feldman explores Spanish neuroscientist Ramón y Cajal’s pioneering drawings of neural networks

Feldman is a faculty member in the Department of Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley and the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, as well as director of the Neuroscience PhD program. His laboratory studies the function of the brain’s cerebral cortex, using many imaging techniques that are the twenty-first-century equivalents of Nobel Prize–winning Spanish neuroscientist Ramón y Cajal’s pioneering drawings of neural networks.

The talk is included with gallery admission.

  • Free for BAMPFA members, UC Berkeley students, faculty, staff, retirees; 18 & under + guardian
  • $10 Non-UC Berkeley students, 65+, disabled persons
  • $12 General admission

Feldman’s lunchtime talk is part of BAMPFA’s inaugural exhibition, Architecture of Life.

>> Go to BAMPFA website to learn more