Browse notable neurologists such as Oliver Sacks, Gerald Edelman, and Rita Levi-Montalcini.
Educator, Medical Professional, Neurologist, Academic Author / 1909 - 2012
Rita Levi-Montalcini shared the 1986 Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine for her part in the discovery of a protein that stimulates nerve cell growth.
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profile name: Rita Levi-Montalcini profile occupation: Educator, Medical Professional, Neurologist, Academic Author
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profile name: Santiago Ramón y Cajal profile occupation: Academic, Neurologist
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profile name: Oliver Sacks profile occupation: Educator, Psychiatrist, Neurologist, Journalist
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profile name: Walter B. Cannon profile occupation: Neurologist, Physiologist
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profile name: Richard Axel profile occupation: Neurologist
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profile name: Gerald Edelman profile occupation: Doctor, Biologist, Immunologist, Neurologist
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