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Fernando Nottebohm

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
"Fernando Nottebohm"
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Louisa J. Steinberg research assistant Albert Einstein
Arturo Alvarez-Buylla grad student Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research
Arthur Palmer Arnold grad student Rockefeller
Rick Canady grad student Rockefeller
Nicole Creanza grad student Rockefeller
Erich David Jarvis grad student Rockefeller
Kirk Manogue grad student Rockefeller
Robert Morrison grad student Rockefeller
Constance Scharff grad student Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics
Ed Vates grad student Rockefeller
Heather Williams grad student Rockefeller
Clare Walton grad student 2006- Rockefeller
Rudy Bellani grad student 2007- Rockefeller
Steven A. Goldman grad student 1978-1983 Rockefeller
Anthony (Tony) John Lombardino grad student 2000 Rockefeller
Sidarta Tollendal Gomes Ribeiro grad student 1995-2000 Rockefeller
Ben Alvarez-Borda grad student 2002 Rockefeller
Linda E. Wilbrecht grad student 1997-2003 Rockefeller
Robert Agate post-doc Rockefeller
Anat Barnea post-doc Rockefeller
Jeff Cynx post-doc Rockefeller
Timothy J. DeVoogd post-doc
Paul Handford post-doc Rockefeller
Erich David Jarvis post-doc Rockefeller
Darcy B. Kelley post-doc Rockefeller
John R. Kirn post-doc Rockefeller
Noam Leader post-doc Rockefeller
Wan-Chun Liu post-doc Rockefeller
Claudio Mello post-doc Rockefeller
John Paton post-doc Rockefeller
David Sage Vicario post-doc Rockefeller
David F. Clayton post-doc 1985-1986 Rockefeller
Stephen J Clark post-doc 1987-1991 Rockefeller
Ofer Tchernichovski post-doc 1996-1998 Rockefeller
Timothy J. Gardner post-doc 2003-2005 Rockefeller
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Nottebohm F. (2014) Peter Marler (1928-2014). Nature. 512: 372
Liu WC, Wada K, Jarvis ED, et al. (2013) Rudimentary substrates for vocal learning in a suboscine. Nature Communications. 4: 2082
Walton C, Pariser E, Nottebohm F. (2012) The zebra finch paradox: song is little changed, but number of neurons doubles. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 761-74
Nottebohm F, Liu WC. (2010) The origins of vocal learning: New sounds, new circuits, new cells. Brain and Language. 115: 3-17
Agate RJ, Scott BB, Haripal B, et al. (2009) Transgenic songbirds offer an opportunity to develop a genetic model for vocal learning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106: 17963-7
Liu WC, Wada K, Nottebohm F. (2009) Variable food begging calls are harbingers of vocal learning. Plos One. 4: e5929
Adar E, Nottebohm F, Barnea A. (2008) The relationship between nature of social change, age, and position of new neurons and their survival in adult zebra finch brain. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 28: 5394-400
Liu WC, Nottebohm F. (2007) A learning program that ensures prompt and versatile vocal imitation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 104: 20398-403
Agate RJ, Hertel M, Nottebohm F. (2007) FnTm2, a novel brain-specific transcript, is dynamically expressed in the song learning circuit of the zebra finch. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 504: 127-48
Barkan S, Ayali A, Nottebohm F, et al. (2007) Neuronal recruitment in adult zebra finch brain during a reproductive cycle. Developmental Neurobiology. 67: 687-701
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