Talk About A Brainiac! After 25 Years At UT Southwestern, Researcher Wins Nobel

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Mon October 7, 2013

Talk About A Brainiac! After 25 Years At UT Southwestern, Researcher Wins Nobel

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Dr. Thomas C. Südhof moved to Stanford in 2008 after a quarter-century in Dallas.
We're deep into Nobel Prize season, and a brain researcher with North Texas roots is celebrating. Dr. Thomas C. Südhof is one of three scientists who shared the Nobel for Physiology or Medicine on Monday. The Stanford professor did his prize-winning research - on "synaptic transmission," or how brain cells communicate with chemical signals - during his 25 years at UT Southwestern in Dallas.