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Plate 19 Neuro pathology of Alzheimer's Disease drawn by Gaetano Perusini 1910

The art of Alois Alzheimer and Gaetano Perusini

Aloysius ‘Alois” Alzheimer (1864-1915 (Ramirez-Bermudez 2012, 595), was born 150 years ago.  He was a clinical psychiatrist and a neuropathologist best known for describing the first published case of Alzheimer’s disease...
Ruth Paxson with a primary class at the Central Institute for the Deaf, 1923

Ruth Paxson: CID’s (Central Institute for the Deaf) first teacher

While at work on an exhibit celebrating the centenary of the Central Institute for the Deaf, I discovered an interesting picture of a Ruth Paxton at work with a primary class at CID in 1923. The picture is on page 21 of The History of Central...

Newly cataloged from the H. Richard Tyler Collection: The afferent nervous system from a new aspect by Henry Head, W.H. R. Rivers, M.D. and James Sherren.

This article by Henry Head with Rivers and Sherren is a famous case of auto-experimentation. Henry Head, physician to the London Hospital and a prominent British neurologist, is one of many scientists who have experimented on themselves.

Women at work at Washington University Medical School: Perihan Cambel, 1948

Recently in our archives, I discovered a picture of a woman at work in a laboratory of the Washington University Medical School in 1948.
Fig. 1: Reinier de Graaf at the age of 25 in 1666

Anatomists Who Were Artists I: Reinier de Graaf

Reinier de Graaf (1641-1673), a 17th century Dutch physician, is regarded as the founder of modern reproductive biology.

Washington University Docs in 1903

In 1903, over 500 prominent St. Louisans forked over cash to appear in a local vanity cartoon book, St. Louisans as we see ‘em: cartoons and caricatures.  Nineteen of them were Washington University doctors, who appear in the slideshow above.

Madcap Medicine: The Life and Art of Louis Crusius, M.D.

Dr. Louis Crusius (1862-1898), the oldest of nine children of Ludwig and Emilie Crusius, was a native of Sauk City, Wisconsin. At fifteen, he became a printer’s apprentice in the newspaper office of his father who published the local German daily.