N.Y. Times Speaks About Brain Research With Scientific Council Member, Eric Kandel, M.D.

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Eric R. Kandel, M.D.
Eric R. Kandel, M.D.

Scientific Council member, Eric R. Kandel, M.D. is featured in an insightful and inspiring question and answer session with New York Times journalist,  Claudia Dreifus. In their discussions, Dr. Kandel (2000 Nobel Prizewinner along with fellow Scientific Council member, Paul Greengard, Ph.D.) speaks about overcoming the trauma of fleeing from Austria as a child during World War II and outlines his longstanding professional quest to understand how memory works. From psychiatrist to neuroscientist, Dr. Kandel has dedicated much of his life to helping unravel the mysteries of the brain.

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