Tracking the Elusive CRF
From earliest recollections, I was fascinated by studies of the nervous system, mind, emotions, and behavior. I intended to become a neuro-physiologist and devote my life to unraveling the secrets of the nervous system. As is so often the case, a series of unexpected circumstances detoured me from my original goals and seduced me into neuroendocrinology, a discipline that did not even exist at the time I was involved in career direction decisions.
KeywordsCorticosteroid Polyethylene Assure Beach Catecholamine
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