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December 1989


Arch Neurol. 1989;46(12):1268. doi:10.1001/archneur.1989.00520480010003

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Neurochemistry Award Announced.  — Dr Julius Axelrod, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Md; Dr Arvid Carlsson, University of Goteborg (Sweden); and Dr Paul Greengard, Rockefeller University New York, NY, who are leaders in exploring the basic biochemistry underlying the brain's cell-to-cell communication, received the second annual Bristol-Myers Award for Distinguished Achievement in Neuroscience Research. The award, instituted in 1988 as part of a comprehensive unconditional research grant and award program sponsored by Bristol-Myers Co, New York, NY, is given to neuroscientists who have made unique contributions to brain and central nervous system research. Selection is made by an independent peer-review committee of leading neuroscientists. Explaining the choice of this year's recipients to share the $50 000 award, committee member Dr Solomon H. Snyder, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md, said: "This year's Bristol-Myers award in the neurosciences is being awarded to Drs Axelrod, Carlsson, and Greengard together because of their

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