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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Do Older Elephants Ever Forget? Aging, Memory and the...

  • Aired: 03/02/2011
  • 47:47
  • Rating: TV-G
Hilary Gerstein, a research assistant in the Neuroscience Training Program at UW-Madison, explains her research into the function of certain genes in the hippocampus that have been implicated in learning and memory.
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Learn about the genes that control learning and memory with Hilary Gerstein.
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