Another list is available Washington University Program in Neuroscience Viktor Hamburger lecture series.

  1. Rita Levi-Montalcini September 15, 1979 Laboratory of Cell Biology CNR, Rome and Department of Biology, Washington University "The Nerve Growth Factor: 25 Years Later"
  2. Paul Greengard March 21, 1980 Department of Pharmacology Yale University School of Medicine "Intracellular Messengers in the Brain"
  3. Howard Schneiderman December 11, 1982 Research and Development Monsanto Company "Biotechnology: Social and Scientific Implications"
  4. Salome Gluecksohn-Waelsch October 24, 1983 Department of Genetics Albert Einstein School of Medicine "Regulatory Genes in Development"
  5. Dale Purves November 5, 1984 Department of Physiology and Biophysics Washington University School of Medicine "Recognition and Competition in the Nervous System"
  6. Hampton Carson November 4, 1985 Department of Genetics University of Hawaii School of Medicine "Evolutionary Process: Galapagos Then, Hawaii Now"
  7. Stanley Cohen March 23, 1987 Department of Biochemistry Vanderbilt University School of Medicine "Epidermal Growth Factor and its Receptor"
  8. W. Maxwell Cowan November 2, 1987 Provost Washington University "The Refinement of Connections During the Development of the Nervous System"
  9. Corey Goodman April 10, 1989 Department of Biochemistry University of California, Berkeley "Cell Adhesion and Cell Recognition During Neural Development"
  10. John B. Gurdon April 9, 1990 Department of Zoology University of Cambridge "Mechanisms of Gene Activation in Early Amphibian Development"
  11. Douglas A. Melton April 22, 1991 Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Harvard University "Embryonic Induction and Axis Formation in Amphibia"
  12. Hans Thoenen March 23, 1992 Department of Neurochemistry Max-Planck Institute for Psychiatry "From NGF to a Gene Family: Old Concepts, New Perspectives"
  13. Lynn Landmesser April 12, 1993 Department of Physiology and Neurobiology University of Connecticut "Experimental Embryology--A Tool to Dissect the Molecular Processes Underlying Development"
  14. Friedrich Bonhoeffer March 8, 1994 Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Tübingen, Germany "On the Formation of the Topographic Neuronal Connection from Retina to Brain"
  15. Thomas M. Jessell March 6, 1995 Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Dept. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons "Inductive Signals and the Control of Neural Cell Pattern in Vertebrates"
  16. Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard April 23, 1996 Max-Planck-Institute for Developmental Biology Tübingen, Germany "The Identification of Genes Controlling Development in Flies and Fishes"
  17. Walter J. Gehring March 3, 1997 Department of Cell Biology, Biozentrum Basel, Switzerland "The Genetic Control of Eye Morphogenesis and Evolution"
  18. Marc W. Kirschner March 10, 1998 Department of Cell Biology Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA "Conservation and Evolvability. I. The Cellular Bases; II The Developmental Bases" (Lectures scheduled for 3/9 and 3/10, respectively, forced by weather to be given "back-to-back" on 3/10/98.)
  19. Nicole Le Douarin April 19, 1999 Institute of Embriology, CNRS and College de France Nogent sur Marne, FRANCE "A Novel View of Neurulation in Amniotes"
  20. Viktor Hamburger Centenary Symposium October 20, 2000
  21. Carla Shatz October 2, 2001 Department of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School "Brain waves and immune genes in brain wiring"
  22. Gerd B. Mueller April 26, 2002 University of Vienna and Konrad Lorenz Institute for Evolution and Cognition Research "Concepts and Experiments in Evolutionary Developmental Biology"
  23. Irving Weissman May 1, 2003 Stanford University "Biology and Evolution of Stem Cells"
  24. Eddy De Robertis April 19, 2004 University of California at Los Angeles "Induction of the Vertebrate Central Nervous System"
  25. Marianne Bronner-Fraser February 7, 2005 California Institute of Technology "Formation of the Vertebrate Neural Crest"
  26. David McClay March 27, 2006 Duke University "The Impact of Signal Transduction on Gene Regulatory Networks During Early Development"
  27. Denis Deboule March 14, 2007 University of Geneva "Engineering Chromosomes to Study Vertebrate Development and Evolution"
  28. Janet Rossant May 6, 2008 University of Toronto "Stem Cells and Early Development"
  29. Sydney Brenner March 23, 2009 "The Architecture of Biological Complexity"
  30. Gerald M. Rubin April 5, 2010 "How Can a Molecular Geneticist Understand the Mind of a Fly?"
  31. Pasko Rakich March 24, 2011 Yale University ""Making Maps of the Mind: Molecular Mechanisms of Neuronal Migration"
  32. Beb Barres April 9, 2012 Stanford University School of Medicine "What Do Astrocytes Do?"
  33. Joe Fetcho April 1, 2013 Cornell University “A messy adult hindbrain arises via an orderly developmental ground plan”
  34. Chris Q. Doe February 26, 2014 University of Oregon "Generation of neuronal diversity in Drosophila"
  35. Barbara Meyer March 23, 2015 UC Berkeley "Creating Intimacy: Counting, Tethering, and Repressing Chromosomes during Development"
  36. Martyn Goulding April 4, 2016 Salk Institute "From Spemann’s organizer to organized circuits: developmental insights into the functional organization of the spinal cord"
  37. Olivier Pourquié April 24, 2017 Department of Genetics Harvard Medical School & Department of Pathology "Segmental Patterning of the Vertebrate Embryo"
  38. Eve Marder April 23, 2018 Brandeis "Variability, Robustness, and Homeostasis in Neurons and Circuits"