Ray W. Guillery

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
"Ray Guillery"
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Anthony LaMantia research assistant Chicago
Anna Lysakowski research assistant 1976-1978 Chicago
Lawrence C. Katz research assistant 1979 Chicago
Steven D. Price research assistant 1980-1986 Chicago
Arthur D. Loewy grad student UW Madison
Chris A. Walsh grad student Chicago
Vivien Casagrande post-doc UW Madison
Jon H. Kaas post-doc UW Madison
Carol A. Mason post-doc Chicago
Semir Zeki post-doc UW Madison
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Guillery R. (2015) The start of the European Journal of Neuroscience The European Journal of Neuroscience. 41: 1-2
Deiters VS, Guillery RW. (2013) Otto Friedrich Karl Deiters (1834-1863). The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 521: 1929-53
Sherman SM, Guillery RW. (2011) Distinct functions for direct and transthalamic corticocortical connections. Journal of Neurophysiology. 106: 1068-77
Guillery RW, Sherman SM. (2011) Branched thalamic afferents: what are the messages that they relay to the cortex? Brain Research Reviews. 66: 205-19
Guillery RW. (2008) An editor's checklist. Science (New York, N.Y.). 321: 1039
Guillery RW. (2007) Relating the neuron doctrine to the cell theory. Should contemporary knowledge change our view of the neuron doctrine? Brain Research Reviews. 55: 411-21
Guillery RW. (2005) Anatomical pathways that link perception and action. Progress in Brain Research. 149: 235-56
Guillery RW. (2005) Observations of synaptic structures: origins of the neuron doctrine and its current status. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 360: 1281-307
Guillery RW. (2005) Is postnatal neocortical maturation hierarchical? Trends in Neurosciences. 28: 512-7
Casagrande VA, Guillery RW, Sherman SM. (2005) Progress in Brain Research: Preface Progress in Brain Research. 149: ix-xiv
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