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Cajal

(Spanish kaˈxal)
n
(Biography) Santiago Ramon y. 1852–1934, Spanish histologist, a pioneer of modern neurophysiology: shared the Nobel prize for medicine 1906.
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in Physiology and Cellular Biophysics from Columbia University in New York City, and completed his postdoctoral training at Instituo Cajal in Madrid.
Collecting heart measurements in 3D is difficult and time consuming," said Jose Zamorano, MD, FESC, University Hospital Ramon y Cajal in Madrid.
The Ramon y Cajal University Hospital (RyCUH) is 1100-bed specialised care referral centre that serves >500,000 people with approximately 33,500 yearly inpatient discharges.
This work was supported by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund, the Generalitat de Catalunya (2014 SGR 291), and the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness through the Ramon y Cajal program (RYC-2011-08154).
Yuja was kidnapped from the hospital the day after the fire and his body was dumped on the campus of the Universidad de San Carlos (USAC) with a note threatening Cajal with the same fate.
Supranuclear control of vertical eye movements is subserved by diffuse cortical projections from the frontal and supplementary eye fields reaching the rostral interstitial nuclei of the medial longitudinal fasciculus (riMLF) and the interstitial nuclei of Cajal (inC) at the level of the midbrain pretectum (7).
Aided by a black stain that could highlight individual neurons and a masterful drawing hand, the Spanish researcher Santiago Ramon y Cajal ushered in modern neuroscience in the late 1800s.
Cirumed Clinic: Avenida Ramon y Cajal 7 - piso 4* - 29601
Project Syndicate Javier DeFelipe is professor and director of the Laboratorio Cajal de Circuitos Corticales at the Polytechnic University of Madrid, and of the Laboratorio de Microorganizacion de la Corteza Cerebral Normal y Alteraciones de los Circuitos at Instituto Cajal in Madrid.
Interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) were first described as "neuron-like cells" at the motor neuron endings.
Hospital Ramon y Cajal, Spain) and Morley (geriatric medicine and endocrinology, Saint Louis U.