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Neuroscientist

Russell Hampton Hill, American neuroscientist. Achievements include research in development of two-chambered cell culture for forming synaptic contacts. Decorated Navy Medal of Commendation. Member of Stockholm Physiological Society (correspondent), Nordic Physiological Society (correspondent), Society for Neurosci. (correspondent).

Background

Hill, Russell Hampton was born on July 8, 1944 in Abilene, Texas, United States. Son of Doris Imogene Hill.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Boston University, 1981.

Career

Student instructor marine program Boston University, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 1976—1981. Postdoctoral fellow University of Toronto, Scarborough, Canada, 1981—1983. Postdoctoral fellow physiology Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, 1983—1984, lecturer, 1984—1985.

Research scientist in neuroscience Nobel Institute Neurophysiol. Karolinska Institutet, since 1985. Lieutenant, pilot United States Naval Reserve, 1966-1971.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in development of two-chambered cell culture for forming synaptic contacts.

Membership

Member of Stockholm Physiological Society (correspondent), Nordic Physiological Society (correspondent), Society for Neurosci. (correspondent).

Connections

Married Lena Margret Zaring, March 26, 1968. Children: Per Zaring, Markus Zaring.

father:
Doris Imogene Hill Hill

spouse:
Lena Margret Zaring

children:
Per Zaring Hill

Markus Zaring Hill