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John Carew Eccles, D.Phil.

Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
"John Eccles"

(1903 - 1997)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1963 was awarded jointly to Sir John Carew Eccles, Alan Lloyd Hodgkin and Andrew Fielding Huxley "for their discoveries concerning the ionic mechanisms involved in excitation and inhibition in the peripheral and central portions of the nerve cell membrane".

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Edward G.T. Liddell grad student 1926-1927 Oxford
R. Steven Creed grad student 1927-1928 Oxford
Charles Scott Sherrington grad student 1925-1931 Oxford


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T P. Feng research assistant
Marianne Fillenz research assistant Oxford
Ainsley Iggo research assistant University of Otago, Dunedin
Tadao Ohno research assistant
Per Andersen grad student ANU
David M. Armstrong grad student University of Bristol
David Curtis grad student ANU
Rosamond M. Eccles grad student
Wlodzimierz M. Kozak grad student
Ulrich Misgeld grad student
Robert Schmidt grad student
David Whitteridge grad student 1935-1937 Oxford
David C. Lloyd grad student 1934-1938 Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research
Stephen W. Kuffler grad student 1938-1944 ANU
John I. Hubbard grad student 1958-1961 ANU
Tom A. Sears grad student 1963
Rodolfo R. Llinás grad student 1965 ANU
Donald Faber post-doc SUNY Buffalo
Paul Fatt post-doc ANU
Stephen T. Kitai post-doc
Anders Lundberg post-doc
Ricardo Miledi post-doc ANU
Tetsuro Ogawa post-doc ANU
Charles G. Phillips post-doc ANU
Wilfrid Rall post-doc ANU
Wolfram Schultz post-doc Cambridge
Jonathan Stone post-doc
Nakaakira Tsukahara post-doc Osaka University
William D. Willis post-doc ANU
Walter J. O'Connor post-doc 1938-1941
Bernard Katz post-doc 1939-1944 ANU
Platon Kostyuk post-doc 1962-1963 Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology
Piergiorgio Strata post-doc 1965-1968 ANU
Tom C T Yin post-doc 1973-1974 SUNY Buffalo
Peter Scheid research scientist SUNY Buffalo (Cell Biology Tree)
Keisuke Toyama research scientist Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
Vernon B. Brooks research scientist 1954-1955
Masao Ito research scientist 1959-1962 ANU
Roger A. Nicoll research scientist 1973-1975
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Eccles JC. (1986) Chemical transmission and Dale's principle. Progress in Brain Research. 68: 3-13
Eccles JC. (1986) Do mental events cause neural events analogously to the probability fields of quantum mechanics? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 227: 411-28
Eccles JC. (1982) The synapse: from electrical to chemical transmission. Annual Review of Neuroscience. 5: 325-39
Allen GI, Eccles J, Nicoll RA, et al. (1977) The ionic mechanisms concerned in generating the of hippocampal pyramidal cells. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 198: 363-84
Eccles J, Nicoll RA, Oshima T, et al. (1977) The anionic permeability of the inhibitory postsynaptic membrane of hippocampal pyramidal cells. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 198: 345-61
Eccles JC, Nicoll RA, Rantucci T, et al. (1976) Topographic studies on medial reticular nucleus. Journal of Neurophysiology. 39: 109-18
Eccles JC, Nicoll RA, Schwarz DW, et al. (1976) Medial reticular and perihypoglossal neurons projecting to cerebellum. Journal of Neurophysiology. 39: 102-8
Nicoll RA, Eccles JC, Oshima T, et al. (1975) Prolongation of hippocampal inhibitory postsynaptic potentials by barbiturates. Nature. 258: 625-7
Eccles JC, Rantucci T, Scheid P, et al. (1975) Somatotopic studies on red nucleus: spinal projection level and respective receptive fields. Journal of Neurophysiology. 38: 965-80
Eccles JC, Scheid P, Táboríková H. (1975) Responses of red nucleus neurons to antidromic and synaptic activation. Journal of Neurophysiology. 38: 947-64
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