Ramón y Cajal, Santiago
|born on||1 May 1852 at 21:00 (= 9:00 PM )|
|Place||Petilla de Aragon, Spain, 42n28, 1w06|
|Timezone||LMT m1w06 (is local mean time)|
|Astrology data||11°36' 12°25 Asc. 05°55'|
Spanish pathologist, histologist and neuroscientist. Ramon y Cajal was the first to suggest that the neuron was the anatomical and functional unit of the nervous system, and it is largely because of his work that the Neuron Doctrine eventually came to accepted. He was an outstanding neuroanatomist who is regarded as the father of modern neuroscience. He made many contributions to our understanding of the organization of the nervous system, many of which were later published in Histology of the Nervous System of Man and Vertebrates, his magnum opus.
He was awarded the Medicine Nobel Price (with Camillo Golgi), 1906.
He died on 17 October 1934, Madrid, Spain.
- friend relationship with von Waldeyer-Hartz, Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried (born 6 October 1836)
Juan Estadella from Barcelona obtained the data directly from the registry office by phone.
Sy Scholfield quotes same data from "Santiago Ramón y Cajal" by José María López Piñero (Universitat de València, 2014): "Santiago Ramón y Cajal nació a las nueve de la noche del día primero de mayo de 1852 en la pequeña aldea Petilla de Aragón." (Santiago Ramón y Cajal was born at nine o'clock at night on the first day of May 1852 in the small village of Petilla de Aragón).
- Family : Parenting : Kids more than 3 (7 kids)
- Personal : Death : Long life more than 80 yrs (Age 82)
- Vocation : Science : Biology
- Notable : Awards : Nobel prize
- Notable : Famous : Top 5% of Profession