|Sam Wang is an associate professor of molecular biology and
neuroscience at Princeton University. He graduated with honors in
physics from the California Institute of Technology and holds a
doctorate in neuroscience from Stanford University School of Medicine.
His career includes research at Duke University Medical Center and at
Bell Labs Lucent Technologies, and science and education policy work for
the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources. He is a W.M. Keck
Foundation Distinguished Young Scholar and an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow. He
has written over forty scientific articles on the brain, and is co-author of the book
Welcome to Your Brain.
His research interests are
far-ranging and include cellular learning mechanisms, brain evolution,
and the development of optical tools for probing the brain. His current
research focuses on the cerebellum, a brain region that coordinates
sensation, movement, and higher cognition.
Introduction by David Gross
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