Embryology History - Santiago Ramón y Cajal
Santiago Ramon y Cahal (1852 - 1934) and Camillo Golgi (1843 - 1926) jointly received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1906 (History - Early 20th Century).
From the 1990 Science book review.
- "The neuroanatomist SantiagoRam6ny Cajal might be considered something of a pioneer in the autobiographical genre, his straightforwardly titled Recuerdos de Mi Vida having appeared, in two volumes, in1901 and 1907. The work was translated into English in 1937 and published as volume 8 of the Memoirs of the American Philosophical Society, itself now a long-standing sponsor of such works."
- <pubmed>17735292</pubmed>| Book Review
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