The Legacy of Cajal in Mexico
Many Mexican neuroscientists consider themselves to some extent to be descendants or at least beneficiaries of the School of Santiago Ramón y Cajal. This chapter outlines the genealogy linking them to this great Spanish master not only scientifically, but culturally, linguistically, and philosophically—beyond a strictly academic affiliation to one that is social and political in nature.
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