Roberto Malinow

Roberto Malinow was born born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1956. He received a B.A. in mathematics from Reed College in 1978, an M.D. from the NYU School of Medicine in 1984, and a Ph.D. in Neurobiology from UC Berkeley in 1986. He conducted postdoctoral research at the Yale University School of Medicine under the guidance of Dr. Richard Tsein. He joined the faculty of the University of Iowa in 1990 and then in 1994 came to Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where he was the Ale Davis and Maxine Harrison Professor of Neuroscience. Dr. Malinow left CSHL in 2006 for the University California San Diego and established his laboratory in their Biological and Neurological Sciences group.

Dr. Malinow is a neuroscientist whose research at CSHL focused on synapse transmission. His goal was to increase understanding of the changes that take place in synapses during the development of the neuronal networks and during learning and memory processing. .

The Roberto Malinow Laboratory Collection is mainly composed of research product generated from 1994-2006. The materials include laboratory files, notebooks, administrative records, glass laboratory slides, magnetic data tapes, CD-ROMs containing data and photographs of experiment results.

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This collection was processed under the grant History and Development of Molecular Biology: New Sources through the Hidden Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Archives Collections (1890-1910), (NAS11-RB-50178-11). Funding provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. nhprc-2-m