John E. Dowling

John E. Dowling is Gordon and Llura Gund Professor of Neurosciences at Harvard University, and Professor of Ophthalmology (Neuroscience) at Harvard Medical School. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, The American Philosophical Society, and The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, he also has won The Helen Keller Prize for Vision Research, the Paul Kayser International Eye Research Award of the International Society for Eye Research, and the Glenn A. Fry Medal in Physiological Optics.

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Cover: The Retina: An Approachable Part of the Brain, Revised EditionThe Retina: An Approachable Part of the Brain, Revised EditionDowling, John E.HARDCOVER01/15/2012$114.50
Cover: Neurons and Networks: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience, Second EditionNeurons and Networks: An Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience, Second EditionDowling, John E.HARDCOVER07/30/2001$100.00
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