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'''Edward (Ted) G. Jones''' is a [[neuroscience|neuroscientist]] and a prolific neuroanatomist. One of his main contributions involves his [[Matrix-Core]] theory of [[thalamus|thalamic]] organization. He also authored a highly influential book entitled ''The Thalamus'' in [[1985]]. He resides in [[California]].
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'''Edward (Ted) G. Jones''' is a [[neuroscience|neuroscientist]] and a prolific neuroanatomist. One of his main contributions involves his [[Matrix-Core theory of thalamic organization]]. He also authored a highly influential book entitled ''The Thalamus'' in [[1985]]. He resides in California.
   
 
He is a former president of the [[Society for Neuroscience]]
 
He is a former president of the [[Society for Neuroscience]]

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Edward (Ted) G. Jones is a neuroscientist and a prolific neuroanatomist. One of his main contributions involves his Matrix-Core theory of thalamic organization. He also authored a highly influential book entitled The Thalamus in 1985. He resides in California.

He is a former president of the Society for Neuroscience

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