Lawrence Stark
Lawrence W. Stark (February 21, 1926 – October 22, 2004) was a neurologist and a recognized authority in the use of engineering analysis to characterize neurological systems. He was a longtime profes...
Francis M. Forster
Francis Michael Forster was an eminent physician and neurologist, a former dean of the Georgetown University School of Medicine, and an internationally recognized expert on the diagnosis and treatment...
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Richard T. Johnson
Richard T. Johnson is a physician and scientist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Johnson has been a faculty member in the Department of Neurology since its inception in 1969 and is ...
Psychosurgery
Psychosurgery, also called neurosurgery for mental disorder (NMD), is the neurosurgical treatment of mental disorder. Psychosurgery has always been a controversial medical field. The modern history o...
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William Landau
William M. Landau is a professor of neurology at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. It was within his specialty of stroke and movement disorders that he gained eponymous recogn...
Joseph Collins (neurologist)
Joseph Collins (1866-1950) was an American neurologist, born in Brookfield, Conn. He received the degree of M.D. from New York University in 1888, and after some years of private practice took up the...
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Karl Birnbaum
Karl Birnbaum (August 20, 1878, Schweidnitz/Świdnica – March 31, 1950, Philadelphia) was a German-American psychiatrist and neurologist.
In 1902 he received his doctorate from the University of Fr...
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Frederic Lewy
Frederic Henry Lewey (born Friedrich Heinrich Lewy, January 28, 1885 - October 5, 1950) was a prominent Jewish German-born American neurologist. He is best known for the discovery of Lewy bodies, whic...
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Fred Plum
Fred Plum (January 10, 1924 – June 11, 2010) was an American neurologist who developed the terms"persistent vegetative state" and "locked-in syndrome" as part of his continuing research on consc...
Walter Jackson Freeman II
Walter Jackson Freeman II, M.D. (November 14, 1895 – May 31, 1972) was an American physician who specialized in lobotomy. He was a member of the American Psychiatric Association.
Walter J. F...
John Cargyll Shaw
John Cargyll Shaw (September 25, 1845 in St. Ann's Bay – January 23, 1900 in Brooklyn) – American psychiatrist and neurologist.Son of John Shaw and Christine née Drew. Received his first education fro...
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Paul Bucy
Paul Bucy (/ˈbjuːsi/; November 13, 1904 – September 22, 1992) was an American neurosurgeon and neuropathologist who was a native of Hubbard, Iowa. He is known both for his part in describing the...
Jerome B. Posner
Jerome B. Posner is an American neurologist and co-author of Plum and Posner's Diagnosis of Stupor and Coma.Dr. Posner graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science in 1951 an...
Paul Ferdinand Schilder
Paul Ferdinand Schilder (February 15, 1886, Vienna – December 7, 1940, New York City) was an Austrian psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, researcher and author of numerous scientific publications. He was a p...
Robert Wartenberg
Robert Wartenberg (June 19, 1887 – November 16, 1956) was an American neurologist.Wartenberg was born in 1886 in Grodno, Belarus, then in the Russian Empire. He graduated from the University of ...
Harry C. Solomon
Harry C. Solomon (1889–1982), an American neurologist, psychiatrist, researcher, administrator, and clinician, was among the first to advocate for major changes in public psychiatry. He called for the...
Hans Reese
Hans Heinrich Reese (September 17, 1891 – June 23, 1973) was a German amateur football (soccer) player, physician, and neurologist who competed in the 1912 Summer Olympics. He was also on the faculty ...
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Robert A. Burton
Robert A. Burton is an American physician, novelist, nonfiction author and columnist. His writing career includes three critically acclaimed novels, the nonfiction books On Being Certain: Believing ...
James Leonard Corning
James Leonard Corning (1855 – 1923) was an American neurologist, mainly known for his early experiments on neuraxial blockade in New York City.
Corning was born in Stamford, Connecticut. When...
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George A. Ricaurte
George A. Ricaurte /rɪˈkɑrti/ is a controversial neurology researcher who works at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in the Department of Neurology. He received his MD from Northwestern University ...