Haldan Keffer Hartline

Rockefeller University, New York, NY, United States 
Limulus, visual system, biophysics
"Haldan Hartline"

(1903 - 1983)
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1967 was awarded jointly to Ragnar Granit, Haldan Keffer Hartline and George Wald for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye.

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Beverly Waugh Kunkel research assistant 1923 Lafayette College, Easton (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (Influence of Light of Very Low Intensity on Phototropic Reactions of Animals.)
Charles David Snyder grad student 1923-1927 Johns Hopkins Medical School
A. Hermann Pfund post-doc 1927-1929 Johns Hopkins (Physics Tree)
Werner Heisenberg post-doc 1929-1929 Leipzig University (Physics Tree)
Arnold Johannes Wilhelm Sommerfeld post-doc 1929-1929 Universität München (Physics Tree)


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Paul Greengard research assistant Johns Hopkins
Martin G. Larrabee research assistant 1931 MBL
Lloyd  M Beidler grad student Rockefeller
Edward F. MacNichol grad student Johns Hopkins
William H. Miller grad student Rockefeller
Richard A. Purple grad student Rockefeller
Alan R. Adolph grad student 1963 Rockefeller
Clifford Leroy Slayman grad student 1963 Rockefeller (Physiology Academic Tree)
Charles F. Stevens grad student 1964 Rockefeller
Robert B. Barlow grad student 1967 Rockefeller
Carl D. Hopkins grad student 1967-1968 Rockefeller
D Max Snodderly grad student 1969 Rockefeller
Robert M. Shapley grad student 1970 Rockefeller
Henry A. Lester grad student 1967-1971 Rockefeller
P. Robb McDonald post-doc Penn
Floyd Ratliff post-doc Johns Hopkins
Irving Wagman post-doc Rockefeller
Clarence Graham post-doc 1930-1932
Richard Julius Pumphrey post-doc 1932-1933 Eldridge Reeves Johnson Foundation for Medical Physics (Physics Tree)
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Ratliff F, Knight BW, Dodge FA, et al. (1974) Fourier analysis of dynamics of excitation and inhibition in the eye of Limulus: amplitude, phase and distance. Vision Research. 14: 1155-68
Hartline HK, Knight BW. (1974) The processing of visual information in a simple retina. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 231: 12-8
Graham N, Ratliff F, Hartline HK. (1973) Facilitation of inhibition in the compound lateral eye of limulus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 70: 894-8
Hartline HK. (1969) Visual receptors and retinal interaction. Science (New York, N.Y.). 164: 270-8
Hartline HK. (1969) Inhibitory interaction in the retina. Ucla Forum in Medical Sciences. 8: 297-317
Ratliff F, Hartline HK, Lange D. (1968) Variability of interspike intervals in optic nerve fibers of Limulus: effect of light and dark adaptation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 60: 464-9
Ratliff F, Knight BW, Toyoda J, et al. (1967) Enhancement of flicker by lateral inhibition. Science (New York, N.Y.). 158: 392-3
Lange D, Hartline HK, Ratliff F. (1966) Inhibitory interaction in the retina: techniques of experimental and theoretical analysis. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 128: 955-71
RATLIFF F, HARTLINE HK, MILLER WH. (1963) Spatial and temporal aspects of retinal inhibitory interaction. Journal of the Optical Society of America. 53: 110-20
MILLER WH, RATLIFF F, HARTLINE HK. (1961) How cells receive stimuli. Scientific American. 205: 222-38
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