May 2, 2001

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Neuroscientist studies brains of bizarre-looking mammals

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Ken Catania studies the brains of some of the strangest-looking mammals alive: the star-nosed mole and the naked rat mole.

Contact: David Salisbury, (615) 343-3608
david.f.salisbury@vanderbilt.edu

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