Programs and Grants prior to 2000


Programs and Grants prior to 2000


     Searched for: 1997
     Search Results: 40


Grantee / ResearcherGrant Details

Association pour la recherche sur les maladies du c
Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz
Cerebral Bases and Early Deficits of Language Acquisition


Carnegie Mellon University
John W. Philbeck
Parietal Lobe Role in Updating Location While Locomoting


Case Western Reserve University
Timothy E. Curran
ERP Studies of Recollection and Familiarity


Center for Molecular and Behavioral Neuroscience, Rutgers University and Institute of Experimental Medicine, and Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Gyorgy Buzsaki
Network Oscillations in the Hippocampus: The role of inhibitory interneurons


Children's Hospital Research Center, San Diego
Olivier J. Coenen
Investigating the Cerebellar Contribution to Sensorimotor and Cognitive Processings: fMRI and Modeling Studies


Columbia University

Conserved Mechanisms of Growth Factor-Stimulated Transcription For the Immediate-Early Genes; Implications for the Future Tre


Duke University

Molecular Genetics of Medullablastoma Formation


Emory University
Stephan Hamann
Encoding and Retrieval of Emotional Episodic Memory: A PET Neuroimaging Study


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Targeted Mutation Analysis of The Mouse Beta-Globin Locus


Harvard Medical School
Mark J. Tramo
Neural Coding of Communication Signals in Auditory Cortex


Harvard University
Kevin N. Ochsner
A Social-Cognitive-Neuroscience Approach to Affect and Belief Change


Harvard University
Stephen M. Kosslyn
Does Visual Imagery Activate Area 17? Functional Magnetic Imaging Studies


Institute of Child Study, University of Toronto
Robbie Case
Developing Children’s Capabilities for Abstract Mathematical Thought: An Experimental Program for Teaching Linear and Non-lin


Massachusetts General Hospital
Jeffrey P. Sutton
fMRI Investigation of Motor Learning for Rehabilitation


Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

Mechanisms of STAT1 Induced Growth Arrest And STAT 3 Mediated Proliferation and Transformation


Michigan State University
Thomas Carr
Applying Cognitive Neuroscience to Aphasia Rehabilitation: Intervention-induced plasticity of behavioral competence, cognitiv


Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University, and Czech Republic Academy of Sciences
Veronique Bohbot
The Mnemonic Contributions of the Hippocampus: From selective lesions to electrophysiology


MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit, Oxford University, and Jozsef Attila University
Peter Somogyi
The Role of Distinct Interneuronal Populations in the Generation of Fast Cortical Network Oscillations


National Center for Scientific Research, France and Tbilisi State Medical University
Catherine Thinus-Blanc
How to Compensate for Early Blind Persons' Spatial Deficits: A study of optimal strategies for processing spatial information


Neurosciences Research Foundation, Inc.
Andrew B. Schwartz
Cortical Activity During Motor Illusions


Rutgers University
Mark Gluck
Training Therapies for Memory-impaired Populations Suggested by Computational Theories of Hippocampal-dependent Cortical Reor


The Hebrew University
Ehud Zohary
Mechanisms of Short Term Memory: A Neural Population Dynamics Approach


University of Alabama, Birmingham
Gitendra Uswatte
Accelerometry: A new approach to real-world outcome measures in rehabilitation


University of Arizona
Elizabeth Glisky
Enhancing Learning in Memory-impaired Patients


University of California - Davis
Tamara Y. Swaab
ERP Studies of Language Deficits in Aphasia


University of California - Los Angeles
Barbara Knowlton
Applying Contextual Interference Paradigms to a Neurorehabilitation Setting


University of California - San Diego
V. S. Ramachandran
A New Treatment for Phantom Limb Pain


University of California - San Francisco
David Poeppel
MEG Studies of Temporal and Spatial Coding in Speech Perception


University of Colorado
Michael C. Mozer
Temporal Dynamics of Cognition in a Modular Cortical Architecture


University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and Moscow Mental Health Research Center
Natalya Uranova
Brain Structure and Experience in the Normal Human Brain and in Altered Cognitive States in Schizophrenia


University of Missouri
Monica Fabiani
Brain Correlates of False Memory: Electrophysiological and Optical Imaging Studies


University of Oregon
Margaret E. Sereno
Network Modeling and Psychophysical Approaches to Motion and Depth Perception


University of Oregon, and Russian Academy of Sciences
Michael Posner
Communication Between Brain Regions During Thought


University of Pittsburgh
Walter Schneider
Brain Activations and Learning to Read: An fMRI Investigation


University of Pittsburgh
Carol L. Colby
Cortical Representation of Space in Monkeys and Humans


University of Sheffield
N. M. Hunkin
Investigation of Medial Temporal Lobe Activation During Associative Memory Encoding Using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imagi


University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Kenneth Ottenbacher
Virtual Environments as Settings for Relearning Daily Living Skills


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Fred J. Helmstetter
Functional Imaging of Learning in the Human Brain


Washington University School of Medicine

Hematopoiesis after Genetic Ablation of GPI-Linked Protiens; Yeast as a Genetic Tool to Study Aspects of p53 Biology


Yale University
Elizbeth A. Phelps
The Role of the Human Amygdala in Emotional Memory and Evaluation