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    The making of a bat-man

    By Daniel Oppenheimer
    Daniel Oppenheimer
    Published: July 8, 2010

    I recently sat down with neurobiologist George Pollak, professor in the Section of Neurobiology in the College of Natural Sciences, and asked him how he became interested in studying the brain, and why he uses bats to study it.

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      Jerseys said on July 14, 2010 at 8:46 p.m.
      I gave no thought to what kind of salaries there were, or what kinds of opportunities there were. That’s what I had to do, period, and that’s the course I set for myself.
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