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January 1935

A HALL OF NEUROLOGIC FAME

Arch NeurPsych. 1935;33(1):155. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1935.02250130161009

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Abstract

The biographic sketches of Cajal and of Golgi which appear in this number of the Archives inaugurate a series of biographies of famous neurologists.

Thirteen panels in the frieze of the entrance hall of the new Montreal Neurological Institute are inscribed with the following names:

  • Hughlings Jackson

  • Victor Horsley

  • Charles Sherrington

  • Jean Charcot

  • Claude Bernard

  • Constantin von Monakow

  • Wilhelm Erb

  • Franz Nissl and Alois Alzheimer

  • Ivan Pavlov

  • Ramón y Cajal

  • Camillo Golgi

  • Weir Mitchell

  • Harvey Cushing

Members of the staff of the Montreal Neurological Institute have written biographic sketches of these men in connection with the inauguration of that institution. With the possible exception of the living members of this group, the biographies will appear in succeeding issues of the Archives.

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