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Participants in the LINC Evaluation Program

LINC Development Team

  • Wesley A. Clark
  • Howard C. Lewis
  • Kenneth W. Lewis
  • Charles E. Molnar
  • Severo M. Ornstein
  • William N. Papian
  • Thomas T. Sandel
  • Mishell J. Stucki
  • Constance F. Towler
  • Joseph C. Towler
  • Mary Allen Wilkes

In addition to the above listed persons, the following individuals contributed to the program:

  • Gail A. Andersen, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
  • Gary L. Benton, MIT
  • Daniel W. Calileo, Instrumentation Laboratory, MIT
  • A. Maynard Engebretson, Biomedical Computer Laboratory, Washington University
  • Charles Hartman, Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories
  • Norman T. Kinch, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Donald Malpass, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
  • Donald F. O'Brien, independent consultant
  • Walter A. Rosenblith, Department of Electrical Engineering MIT.
  • William Simon, Department of Physiology, Harvard University School of Medicine.
  • David L. Stewart, Air Force Cambridge-Research Laboratories
  • Irving H. Thomae, Research Laboratory of Electronics, MIT

LINC Evaluation Board

  • Mary A. B. Brazier, Brain Research Institute, University of California at Los Angeles
  • Jerome R. Cox, Biomedical Computer laboratory, Washington University
  • Everett R. Dempster, Department of Genetics, University of California
  • Josiah Macy, Albert Einstein School of Medicine
  • Hubert V. Pipberger, U. S. Veterans Administration Murray D. Rosenberg, Rockefeller Institute
  • Harold W. Shipton, Division of Medical Electronics, State University of Iowa

Investigators Selected for Participation in the Evaluation Program

  • Ernst O. Attinger and Antharvedi Anne, Research Institute, Presbyterian Hospital of Philadelphia
  • Donald S. Blough, Department of Psychology, Brown University
  • C. Alan Boneau, Department of Psychology, Duke University
  • Sidney Goldring and James L. O'Leary, Department of Neurology, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Fred S. Grodins and James E. Randall, Department of Physiology, Northwestern University School of Medicine
  • Joseph E. Hind and C. Daniel Geisler, Laboratory of Neurophysiology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine
  • Joshua Lederberg and L. Lee Hundley, Department of Genetics, Stanford University School of Medicine
  • John C. Lilly, Communication Research Institute
  • George S. Malindzak and Fredrick L. Thurstone, Department of Physiology, Bowman Gray School of Medicine
  • Vernon B. Mountcastle, Gian F. Poggio, and Gerhard Werner, Department of Physiology, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Bernard Weiss, Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, The Johns Hopkins University School Medicine
  • J. Walter Woodbury and Albert M. Gordon, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington School of Medicine
  • Affiliations as of September 1963.

Federal Participants

  • Orr Reynolds, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Philip Sapir, National Institutes of Health
  • Fred Stone, National Institutes of Health
  • Bruce Waxman, National Institutes of Health
  • Louis Wienckowski, National Institutes of Health
  • Rose Doying, National Institutes of Health

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