Thomas Willis, a pioneer in translational research in anatomy (on the 350th anniversary of Cerebri anatome).


The year 2014 marked the 350th anniversary of the publication in London of Cerebri anatome, a ground-breaking work of neuroscience heavily influenced by the political and cultural context of Baroque Europe and mid-17th century England. This article aims to review the work of the English physician and anatomist Thomas Willis, specifically with regard to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/joa.12273