Dec. 14, 2001
Volume XXXIV, No. 49



Center for Biomedical Neurosciences holds retreat

Photo of Roberts, Toga, Fox, Fraser, and Olsen
(L-R) Drs. James Roberts, professor in the department of pharmacology; Arthur Toga, professor of neurology, director of the laboratory of neuroimaging and co-director of the division of brain mapping at the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine; Peter Fox, director of the Research Imaging Center; Alan Frazer, professor and chairman of the department of pharmacology; and Merle Olson, interim dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and chairman of the department of biochemistry, get together at the Center for Biomedical Sciences' (CBN) first retreat held Nov. 29 at the UTHSC. Dr. Toga was the guest speaker. He discussed "Mapping Brain Structure and Function in Health and Disease." A total of 64 posters were presented during two sessions. The CBN's Web address is