[Comp-neuro] Dr. Phil Ulinski

james bower BOWER at uthscsa.edu
Sat May 29 23:22:04 CEST 2010


It is with great sadness that I announce that Dr. Phillip Ulinski, Professor Emeritus at the University of Chicago, Director of the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy, and a mentor and friend to many in the computational neurobiology community has died at the age of 67.  Phil was an essential figure in the growth and expansion of computational neuroscience.  For almost 20 years he has been an active participant and leader in the annual computational neuroscience meetings, serving as the local organizer for the CNS meeting in Chicago in 2002.  Phil was steady, warm, serious, and playful all at the same time.  Trained as a neuroanatomist, as stated by David Senseman, his long time collaborator in building models of turtle cortex, “neurocomputation was his real research passion”.  There will be a tribute to Phil at the upcoming CNS meeting in San Antonio, but you can also sign his guestbook at  www.donnellanfuneralhome.com. Phil will be missed.



Dr. James M. Bower
Professor of Computational Neurobiology

Research Imaging Center
University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Texas

Department of Biology
University of Texas - San Antonio

Phone:  210 382 0553
Email: bower at uthscsa.edu
Web: www.bower-lab.org

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