Wilder Penfield (1891–1976)

@article{DrDTodmanMA2008WilderP,
  title={Wilder Penfield (1891–1976)},
  author={MB BS Fracp Frcp Dr.  D.  Todman  MA},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2008},
  volume={255},
  pages={1104-1105}
}
Wilder Penfield was a leading neurosurgeon of the twentieth century who pioneered the incorporation of neurophysiological principles in the practice of neurosurgery. He is best known for the surgical procedure for intractable epilepsy which he developed with Herbert Jasper and which became known as the Montreal procedure. Through his leadership and drive he secured funds to establish the Montreal Neurological Institute and was its first director from 1934–1960. In his long career he made… 

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Wilder Graves Penfield, 26 January 1891 - 5 April 1976
TLDR
Wilder Penfield can be called the founder of Canadian neurology and in a broader sense he can be credited with the development of physiological neurosurgery.
Epilepsy and the Functional Anatomy of the Human Brain
Cytology and cellular pathology of the nervous system
ALTERATIONS OF THE GOLGI APPARATUS IN NERVE CELLS