Okay, here is the last one of my Cajal spam.  Cajal is a legend in anatomy and neuroscience.  You can find him in the first chapter or two of every modern neuroscience, psychobiology, or psychopharmacology textbook.  He taught himself to paint and draw at an early age, but turned to a medicine for a career, although he never lost his artistic passions.  Click here for the full gallery.

"Nature seems unaware of our intellectual need for convenience and unity and very often takes delight in complication and diversity." From Nobel lecture, 1906
Cajal’s view of astrocytes (A, B, and C), cells that fill many important support roles for neurons (D) in the brain.

Okay, here is the last one of my Cajal spam.  Cajal is a legend in anatomy and neuroscience.  You can find him in the first chapter or two of every modern neuroscience, psychobiology, or psychopharmacology textbook.  He taught himself to paint and draw at an early age, but turned to a medicine for a career, although he never lost his artistic passions.  Click here for the full gallery.

"Nature seems unaware of our intellectual need for convenience and unity and very often takes delight in complication and diversity." From Nobel lecture, 1906

Cajal’s view of astrocytes (A, B, and C), cells that fill many important support roles for neurons (D) in the brain.


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