“The treatment for epilepsy that was developed here has allowed governments around the world to save millions of dollars,” recalls Dr. William Feindel from the Montreal Neurological Institute (MNI), attached to McGill University.
At 95 years old, the neurosurgeon is still quite active and has just published Images of the The Neuro. In this literary portrait of the history of medicine, he retraces the origins of the MNI and its major discoveries.
The incredible adventure of Montreal neurological research started with one simple letter written by Dr. Willam Osler while vacationing on the Isle of Jersey in 1919.
Read the article in Le Journal de Montréal (French only).
January 9, 2014