Shatz wins Kavli Neuroscience Prize

Email Tweet Carla Shatz wins Kavli Neuroscience Prize The neurobiologist received the recognition for her work in understanding how the brain’s connections form. She will share a $1 million prize with two other winners. Jun 2 2016 Carla Shatz Carla Shatz, PhD, professor of neurobiology and of biology at Stanford, has won the 2016 Kavli Neuroscience Prize for her work in understanding how the brain’s wiring takes shape during development. She was one of two Kavli Prize winners from Stanford announced on June 2. The other was Calvin Quate, PhD, emeritus professor of electrical engineering and of applied physics, who won the Nanoscience Prize for the invention of atomic force microscopy. “Carla Shatz and Calvin Quate are pioneers in their fields, and the Kavli Prize reflects the significance of their…


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