3 win Nobel Prize for finding mind GPS of sorts STOCKHOLM U.

This year’s Nobel Laureates can see a positioning program, an ‘inner Gps navigation’ in the mind, that makes it feasible to orient ourselves in space, the assembly said. Columbia University professor of Nobelist and neuroscience Eric Kandel told CBS News in an email, This year’s Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine recognizes an extraordinary group of contributions to mind science. The work of the three scientists provides illuminated the neural computation underlying a complicated cognitive function: placement in space – the first cognitive function we understand on the cellular level. O’Keefe, 75, of University College London, discovered the initial component of this system in 1971 when he discovered that a certain type of nerve cell was often activated whenever a rat was at a particular place in an area.Prior to joining Cigna, Hocevar spent many years analyzing international insurance markets and dangers for Deloitte Consulting as a supervisor in its global insurance practice. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Toledo and his Grasp of Business Administration from the Weatherhead College of Management. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Greater Hartford YMCA and the Pharmaceutical Treatment Management Association .. A dramatic shift in US healthcare policy Dr. Wayne Iverson, NORTH PARK physician and candidate for the US Home of Representatives in the California 52nd Congressional District, today commented on the shock announcement from Washington, D.C.