University of Southern California, USA
Larry Swanson’s work on the organisation of neural networks that control motivated behaviour in mammals has led him on a highly successful career path across systems neuroscience. Combining in particular approaches in large-scale neuroanatomical reconstructions and neuroinformatics, Swanson contributed much of what is known today about the detailed connectivity of the mammalian neocortex. An elected member of the National Academy of Sciences, Larry has served in numerous key positions throughout his career, for example as the President of the Society for Neuroscience. He is currently the Secretary General of the International Brain Research Organisation.
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