Samuel Greenblatt, MA, MD, FACS
Professor of Neurosurgery
Work: +1 401-351-6026
Writing an 'intellectual biography' of the English neurologist, John Hughlings Jackson (1835-1911). He (and Charcot in France) set the paradigm for neurological thinking to the present time. I believe he also influenced our fundamental thought patterns in basic neuroscience/neurophysiology through his indirect but strong influence on Sherrington and other British neuroscientists in the 20th century. If we could understand the assumptions in this paradigm, could we do the current science better?
Biographyb. Potsdam, NY, May 16, 1939. married, 3 children, 5 grandchildren!
BA, Cornell 1961, MA Johns Hopkins 1964, MD Cornell 1966
Intern, Boston City Hosp.1966-67; Res. Neurology, Boston VA,1967-68; Res. Neurosurgery, Dartmouth 1970-74
Faculty, Albert Einstein COM 1974-77; Medical Coll. Ohio, 1977-89; at Brown since 1989; now: Prof. Clin. Neuroscience (Neurosurgery), Prof. Neuroscience, Assistant Chair, Program in Neurosurgery.