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The Sixth Bielschowsky Lecture

  • Gunter K. von Noorden
  • Peter O. Bishop
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It has been customary at previous ISA Congresses to have the Bielschowsky Lecturer introduced by the Chairman of the Award Nominating Committee. Since he and the other members of his committee were unable to attend, I will assume this pleasurable task myself. The choice of Professor Peter Bishop as the sixth Bielschowsky Lecturer has been an excellent one. While previous lecturers have come from our own ranks, it is appropriate and timely to honor at this congress and, especially, in this country a basic scientist whose contributions to the field of neurophysiology of the visual system relate directly to the interests of the membership of this organization.

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  • Gunter K. von Noorden
  • Peter O. Bishop

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