Gold was a founder of modern child neurology and a longtime colleague, collaborator and mentor of many who worked and trained at the Columbia University Medical Center and the Neurological Institute of New York.
Bengt Hagberg peacefully departed this life on April 12, 2015. Regarded as the ‘father of child neurology’ in Sweden, he was an exceptional physician and clinical scientist and a remarkable human in all aspects of life.
Jean Holowach-Thurston trained in medicine in her native Edmonton, Canada. She practiced pediatrics there for several years before and several more after receiving additional training in pediatrics and metabolism at Washington University, St. Louis.
Peter Huttenlocher, former section chief of pediatric neurology and professor emeritus of the University of Chicago School of Medicine, died on August 15, 2013 from complications of pneumonia and Parkinson’s...