Re: Bonehead or....

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From:"J. A. Kiernan" <>
To:Scott Taft <>
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On Tue, 28 Mar 2000, Scott Taft wrote:

> I've been called "bonehead" and I had one supervisor
> in Denver call me "Bodian brain"  Still don't know
> which one I like the best.

 The latter can only be a compliment. David Bodian, who
 died a few years ago, was a distinguished scientist
 before he was 30, on account of his protargol method
 for axons (1936). He went on to do important work in
 comparative neuroanatomy and on the pathology of

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