March 10, 2017
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Catherine G. Galbraith, PhD
We use multidisciplinary approaches to investigate how cells make decisions in processes as diverse as motility, synaptogenesis, plasticity, and metastasis.
Sir Isaac Newton, English mathematician, astronomer, and physicist considered to be one of the most influential scientists of all time. His work laid foundations for classical mechanics, optics, and infinitesimal calculus. In optics he is credited with developing the corpuscular (particle) theory of light which held sway for more than 100 years over Huygen's wavefront theory.
We are looking for highly motivated people to join our new team in Portland, OR.
Jim and Cathy Galbraith moved their labs from NIH to OHSU in the fall of 2013. They are multidisciplinary scientists trained in engineering and either neuroscience (Jim) or cell biology (Cathy).
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