A – J

Shameemah Abrahams

Neurologica – disorders of the dream world

MAS Ahmed and Ridhwan Bin Hassan

Epilepsy: from the early civilizations to modern days

Kelsey N. Andrews and Jack E. Riggs

Neurophobia or neuroavoidance: a student or educator issue?

Arpan K. Banerjee

Book review: How the Mind Changed: A Human History of Our Evolving Brain
Book review: The Story of the Brain in 10 1/2 Cells new

David J. Bradbury-Squires


Jason Brandt

The amnesic jokester

Richard Brown and Thalia Garvock-de Montbrun

Broca’s Brains: A lesson in the importance of saving the history of neuroscience

Enrique Chaves-Carballo

Gonzalo R. Lafora: Spanish neuropsychologist and neuropathologist

Matimba Molly Chilala

Is a bigger brain better? WIN ’23

Bindu Desai

How will I change three buses to get to that hospital?

Colleen Donnelly

Oliver Sacks and seeing beyond synecdoche

George Dunea

Dementia paralytica

Charcot and his “grandes hysteriques”

Joseph Babinski of the Babinski Sign

Moritz Romberg
Sir Charles Symonds 1890-1978, the neurologist’s neurologist
Pierre Marie (1853-1940)
Kinnier Wilson
Parkinson’s disease, the enduring eponym
Jules Dejerine
Jean Cruveilhier – first described the lesions of multiple sclerosis
Encephalitis lethargica

Howard Fischer

Dr. Désiré-Magloire Bourneville: a man ahead of his time
Dr. Ugo Cerletti invents electroconvulsive therapy new

James L. Franklin

Revisiting a medical classic

Jaleed Ahmed Gilani

The human brain: writer of our stories

Frederic Gilbert and Alexandre Wenger

Reading in the brain

Paula Hellal

Language difficulties in the child patient in Victorian Britain

Christopher C. Hemond

On not remembering faces

Rayda Aaishah Joomun

Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland

K – P


Sylvia Karasu

“I shouldn’t know you again if we did meet”: prosopagnosia

Anika Khan

Locked-in syndrome: inside the cocoon

Angelina Koh

Electroconvulsive therapy: Misunderstood, yet effective new

Yvonne Kusiima

Carroll’s Wonderland

Bo Laestadius

Pascal’s disease

Karen Langer

Amnesia remembered

Catherine Lanser

Discovering migraines

Marshall Lichtman

Eye-brain-extremity coordination and enduring sports achievement 

Philip R. Liebson

Walter E. Dandy, one of the founders of neurosurgery

Helena Ljulj

Discovering genius: The neurobiological substrate of intelligence new

Silvia Maina

The intricate forest of the neuron

Margaret Marcum

Oliver Sacks and caring for the whole person

Michael McColly

The brain is wider than the sky: integrating insights of neuroscience with Hatha Yoga

Gianfranco Natale and Paola Lenz

Pacini’s corpuscles and occult sciences

Faraze A. Niazi and Jack E. Riggs

Can behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia salvage Semmelweis?

JMS Pearce

Evolution from recapitulation theory to Neural Darwinism
William Alexander Hammond
Duchenne de Boulogne
William Richard Gowers MD., FRS.
Gordon Morgan Holmes MD., FRS.
Wilder Penfield
Epidemic encephalitis lethargica
Tendon reflex hammers
Origins of the knee jerk
Walter Russell Brain DM FRCP FRS (1895–1966) 
Sir Francis Walshe MD FRS 
William John Adie (1886–1935)
Howard H. Tooth CB., CMG., MD., FRCP
Derek Ernest Denny-Brown
Macdonald Critchley
John Hughlings Jackson
Multiple sclerosis: early descriptions
The migraine aura and royal astronomers 
A note on handedness
Edward Lear 
Franz Joseph Gall and phrenology
Theodor Meynert
Paul Pierre Broca
Robert Bentley Todd

JLW Thudichum: neglected “Father of neurochemistry”
Silas Weir Mitchell and causalgia
A note on Joseph Jules Dejerine (1849–1917)
The pineal: seat of the soul
Henry Miller
Lumbar puncture
Wernicke-Korsakoff encephalopathy: A historical note
Huntington’s chorea
Luigi Rolando
The Neuron Doctrine: Santiago Ramón y Cajal and Camillo Golgi WIN ’23
François Magendie WIN ’23

Christina Perri

Faith, neuroscience, and “the thorn” in Paul’s side: Abrahamic interpretations of epilepsy

J Rush Pierce


R – Z


Jack Riggs

Hammond, Lincoln, and the emergence of American neurology
Sir Victor Horsley’s fatal blind spot

Brent da Silva Russell

Somnambulance and other surprises

Terri Sinnott

A legacy of pain: heredity and migraines

Irene Switankowsky

PDF Document Emotional Competence as a Way of Disease Prevention

Isuri Upeksha Wimalasiri

Left-handedness: is it the winner’s curse?



Giddiness (WB Matthews)

A corpse with living eyes (Alexandre Dumas père)
Multiple [disseminated] sclerosis (Henry Miller)
The central nervous system of the leech
Staining the cells of the nervous system
Early surgery of meningocele (JMS Pearce)
Hemiplegic migraine, the monster (Ceres Alhelí Otero Peniche)