Published April 29, 2013
A Buffalo News article on the front of Sunday’s Life & Arts section reports on UB’s Museum of Neuroanatomy, which has a display of human brains that were taken from donors over the past half century. The article quotes Chris Cohan, professor of pathology and anatomical science and curator of the museum, and L. Nelson Hopkins, chair of neurosurgery. The article also looks at the role played by the late Harold Brody, who founded the museum and taught anatomy in the UB School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. An online photo gallery also chronicles the museum and its holdings.
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