John G. Hildebrand

University of Arizona
Biological Sciences
Neurosciences, Cognitive Sciences, and Behavioral Biology
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Unique in his multidisciplinary use of molecular, neurophysiological, anatomical and behavioral approaches, he has made signal contributions elucidating the neurobiology of olfaction in insects, illuminating the functional organization, physiology and development of the olfactory system, and characterizing mechanisms underlying detection and processing of behaviorally important odor molecules. He also has a long record of local, national and international service to education and science.
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