Wilder Penfield (January 26, 1891 – April 5, 1976)

He invented new methods to map the brain. He perfected wake-patient brain surgeries. He began the work that explains hallucinations and brought forward the framework showing how deja vu works. He started the field of neuropsychology. Yet, if you asked Wilder Penfield what his most memorable moments were, he always responded with “that would have been the time we were … Read More