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Edgar Douglas Adrian

University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Edgar Adrian"

(1889 - 1977)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1932 was awarded jointly to Sir Charles Scott Sherrington and Edgar Douglas Adrian 'for their discoveries regarding the functions of neurons'

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Vahe E. Amassian research assistant Cambridge
T P. Feng research assistant
Cornelis A. G. Wiersma research assistant Cambridge
J. Murdoch Mitchison research assistant 1941 Cambridge (PombeTree)
Horace Barlow grad student Cambridge
Sybil Cooper grad student Cambridge
Bryan Matthews grad student Cambridge
Giuseppe Moruzzi grad student University of Pisa
Gordon Speedie Pask grad student Cambridge
William AH Rushton grad student 1925-1928 Cambridge
Alan Lloyd Hodgkin grad student 1936 Cambridge
Carl Pfaffmann grad student 1939 Cambridge
Clifford Ladd Prosser post-doc Cambridge
Hallowell Davis post-doc 1922-1923 Cambridge
Detlev W. Bronk post-doc 1928 Cambridge
Willem Storm van Leeuwen post-doc 1949 Cambridge
Mike G. Fuortes post-doc 1950 Cambridge
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Adrian ED. (1965) Alexander Forbes. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 19: 110-1
ADRIAN ED. (1959) [Electrical reactions of the olfactory system]. Actualitã©S Neurophysiologiques. 1: 11-7
ADRIAN ED. (1958) The control of the nervous system by the sense organs. Archiv Fã¼R Psychiatrie Und Nervenkrankheiten, Vereinigt Mit Zeitschrift Fã¼R Die Gesamte Neurologie Und Psychiatrie. 196: 482-93
ADRIAN ED. (1957) Electrical oscillations recorded from the olfactory organ. The Journal of Physiology. 136: 29P-30P
ADRIAN ED. (1955) Synchronised activity in the vomero-nasal nerves with a note on the function of the organ of Jacobsen. Pflã¼Gers Archiv : European Journal of Physiology. 260: 188-92
ADRIAN ED. (1955) Physiological basis of the electroencephalogram; introductory remarks. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. Supplement. 51
Adrian ED. (1954) Science and Human Nature. Science (New York, N.Y.). 120: 679-84
ADRIAN ED. (1954) [The sensory mechanism of the olfactory organ]. Bollettino Della Societã  Italiana Di Biologia Sperimentale. 30: 411-7
ADRIAN ED. (1954) Synchronized discharges from the organ of Jacobsen. The Journal of Physiology. 126: 28-9P
ADRIAN ED. (1954) The basis of sensation; some recent studies of olfaction. British Medical Journal. 1: 287-90
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