Sherrington, Eccles and Popper - Dr Marianne Fillenz
Dr Thomas Willis’s works: ‘the most learned Christopher Wren and the inward dens of the Brain'
The Visual Pathways in History: Maps of the World in the Brain - Prof Ray Guillery
When did the Brain Become Active? - Prof Pietro Corsi
Tracking the Visual Guidance of Movement – from Jack Eccles to Fish - Prof John Stein
The Life and Work of Donald O. Hebb - Prof. Richard Brown
Sherrington’s Box of Wonders - Prof Zoltan Molnar
Oxford Contributions to the Development of Neuroendocrinology - Prof John Morris
The History of Pathology in the University of Oxford - Prof Eric Sidebottom
The Curious History of the Corpus Callosum, its Role in Memory Storage, and the Localization of ...
Why Study the History of Neuroscience? - Prof Richard Brown
The History of Medical Sciences Project - Prof Zoltan Molnar
Hebb & Cattell: The Genesis of the Concepts of Fluid and Crystallized Intelligence
Neuroscience in Oxford: Four Centuries of Discovery - Prof Zoltan Molnar
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