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Former Director and Grass Fellow, Sue Barry, on NPR SciFri Blog

Sue has a very brief 30 second video on her research topic and then answers 10 question on her life and what it meant to gain stereovision later in life.

Probably the first multi-author paper with only former Grass Fellows as authors!

Luca Conti 2011, Agenor Limon 2009, Eleanora Palma 1998, Riccardo Miledi 1955!
Microtransplantation of cellular membranes from squid stellate ganglion reveals ionotropic GABA receptors. And the authors do a really nice job in acknowledging support by the Grass Foundation in the Acknowledgments: "This work is dedicated to the memory of Matilde. All the data were acquired at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole thanks to the Grass Foundation Fellowships to L.C. and A.L. (www.grassfoundation.org). L.C. was additionally supported by the Ph.D. in Neurophysiology program of the University of Rome “La Sapienza.” All authors were Grass Fellows. This work was supported by Ministero della Sanità Antidoping and PRIN project 2009 (to E.P.)."

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Blending In

Prestigious Grass Fellowship

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Researcher Profile

President of The Grass Foundation interviewed for the fall issue of "Catalyst" (pages 8-9)

 

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