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Fall 1987


The Rockefeller University Research Profiles: Sense and Synapse [Paul Greengard], Fall 1987

" Rockefeller was academically extremely interesting because the average quality there is the highest of any school in the country. I mean about half of the faculty are in the National Academy of Sciences. It was a small school so it had a very kind of community-like flavor. People really helped each other and still do, and that's not because Rockefeller faculty have a morally higher fiver, it's because the school is small and one has a psychological feeling of being part of a family. In addition, I was offered more laboratory space. The school was at that time incredibly generous." - Paul Greengard, Oral History


Paul Greengard, synapse, protein phosphorylation, synapsin 1, dopamine


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