|Title||Invitation: Lecture by Fernando Nottebohm|
|Description||Single cardstock in yellow for lecture by Fernanco Nottebohm, PhD from Director of NIH Public Health Service.|
|Date||November 7, 1984|
|Caption||Invitation: Lecture by Fernanco Nottebohm|
An invitation from the U.S. Public Health Service to the National Institutes of Health lecture, given by Dr. Fernando Nottebohm.
From "Replacement of Brain Cells—Possibly in Man—Subject of NIH Lecture on November 7 at CC," NIH Record, October 23, 1974, p. 12: "Dr. Nottebohm's lecture, "Neuronal Replacement in Adulthood: Its Possible Relation to Learning," will focus on his observations that male canaries exhibit seasonal increases in brain size. In canaries, only the male bird sings and this singing is related to mating behavior. Each singing canary is capable of learning a new song every year. "
|Number of images||1|
|Organizations||Public Health Service (U.S.) (1912-present)|
|Buildings||Building 10 ("CC" Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center)|
|NIH Property #||none|
|Old NIH Property #||none|