Camillo Golgi

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Italian histologist noted for work on the structure of the nervous system and for his discovery of Golgi bodies (1844-1926)


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In 1873, Italian physician and scientist Camillo Golgi developed a method of staining nerve tissue that made the complex networking structure of the brain visible.
The parallel lives and discoveries of Santiago Ramon y Cajal and Camillo Golgi provides an intriguing survey of two men whose similar discoveries and investigative processes led to the science of neurosurgery and better understanding of neurological diseases.
Camillo Golgi is probably the only person to win a Nobel prize for something he didn't believe in.
Then, Italian cell biologist Camillo Golgi made a major find by misplacing a bit of a brain he was studying in his lab, so the story goes.
His roster of awards include the Morgagni Prize (University of Padova), the BCL Award (British Association of Clinical Biochemists), the Camillo Golgi Prize (European Association for the Study of Diabetes) and most recently Professor Bolli received the Mary Jane Kugel Award from the International Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.