This year's Greenfield Lecture, "From Corelease to Frequency Dependence", will be on October 17th, 2023 featuring Robert Edwards, MD, of UCSF's Neurology and Physiology Dept.
Through an endowment, Rosalee Greenfield Weiss, Ph.D. and Raymond A. Weiss, Ph.D. established the Nathan S. Greenfield Family Lecture to honor her father and his family. One speaker is invited each year for this event.
This year, Robert Edwards, M.D., of University of California San Francisco's Neurology and Physiology Department delivered his lecture called "From Corelease to Frequency Dependence" at the Nathan S. Greenfield Family Lecture event in the Biomedical Research Building's Seminar Room 105.
Dr. Edwards received his B.A. in Biology from Yale College and M.D. from John Hopkins Medical School. After his clinical training in neurology, Dr. Edwards joined William Rutter's laboratory at University of California San Francisco as a postdoctoral fellow where he conducted research on nerve growth factor and its impact on development. He then joined the University of Los Angeles' Departments of Neurology and Biological Chemistry's faculty before returning to University of California San Francisco as a Cahill Professor of Neurology and Physiology (UCSF Physiology, 2015). If you want to know more about Dr. Edwards and his recent lab work, please visit University of California San Francisco's Physiology website.
Physiology, UCSF. “Edwards, Robert, M.D.” Physiology, UCSF, 2015, physiology.ucsf.edu/content/edwards-robert-md.