Marjorie Guthrie Lecture in Genetics

The Marjorie Guthrie Lecture in Genetics was established by the National Institute of Neurological and Communicative Disorders and Stroke and the National Institute of General Medical Sciences in 1983.

May 11, 1983
"Illumination of Disease Processes Through Molecular Genetics"
David Baltimore

April 19, 1984
"Molecular Approaches to the Characterization of Neuronal Function"
Floyd E. Bloom

April 2, 1985
"Recent Studies in Huntington"s Disease"
Joseph B. Martin

April 10, 1986
"Genes, Neurons, and Behavior in Drosophila"
Seymour Benzer

June 10, 1987
"The Long and Short of Long-Term Memory"
Eric R. Kandel