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Systems Neuroscience Section
"This section aims at elucidating how a variety of nerve cells in the primate brain construct neural networks to achieve higher functions, such as motor control and cognitive behavior, and what mechanisms underlie these functions, by means of multidisciplinary approaches (anatomy, physiology, molecular biology etc.) in combination with the cutting-edge ""in vivo gene transfer"" technique. " Photo: Japanese monkey learning and performing a cognitive task
Photo: Japanese monkey learning and performing a cognitive task
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TAKADA, MasahikoProfessortakada.masahiko.7x[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp
OISHI, TakaoAssociate Professoroishi.takao.5e[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp
INOUE, Ken-ichiAssistant Professorinoue.kenichi.6z[at]kyoto-u.ac.jp