Lystens Pioner

Lystens Pioner

In the 1950s, Tulane University researcher Dr. Robert Heath invented and experimented with deep brain stimulation. After being shrouded in controversy for decades, DBS is back as a known therapy for Parkinsons and a possible treatment for depression, chronic pain and other conditions. In her new book, Lone Frank explains what happened in the years when no one talked about In the 1950s, Tulane University researcher Dr. Robert Heath invented and experimented with deep brain stimulation. After b...

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Lystens Pioner Reviews

  • David
    Jul 07, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

  • Meredith
    Aug 05, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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  • Nancy
    Jun 16, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

  • Chris
    Feb 22, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

  • Chris
    Feb 25, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

  • Alex Semedo
    Apr 02, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Wen Wen
    Apr 09, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Maria
    Jun 23, 2017

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

  • Anders
    Dec 17, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Anna
    May 29, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

  • Dmitrij Getman
    Jul 12, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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  • Jill Prouty
    Apr 25, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Anetq
    Mar 14, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

  • Elina
    Jan 31, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Simon Bager
    Nov 28, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Johan Østergaard
    Jul 03, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Sebastian Scott
    Jul 27, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Eva Ulland
    Aug 03, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Catherine Strachan-dunning
    Jul 05, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Camilla
    Mar 14, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Louise
    Mar 25, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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  • Morten
    Feb 26, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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  • Carsten Andersen
    Aug 17, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    ...

    ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Rebecca Gravers
    Oct 24, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Inga Riber Kristiansen
    Aug 27, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Angela Woodward
    Apr 21, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

  • Emilie Andersen
    Jun 17, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Linda
    Aug 06, 2016

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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  • Tomoyuki Kamata
    Jun 17, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...

    Endnu en velskrevet bog fra Lone Frank, som virkelig forstår at formidle. De narrative greb gør, at bogen fremstår som en spændingsroman med bonusinformation om den tidlige og nuværende forskning inden for dyb hjernestimulation, hjernekirurgi og neurobiologi som behandling af psyk...

    Fascinating story of the neurologist who invented deep brain stimulation, then vanished (or was erased) from scientific history. In addition to the main narrative, the book's themes include the definition of personality, the dangers of hubris, and the evolution of medical ethics. Will ...

    Interesting and thought-provoking biography about a pioneer in medical science. I had no idea that deep brain stimulation was invented this early. ...

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    ...

    ...

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    I read the Danish version (Lystens Pioneer) and was fascinated. Given my Danish reading comprehension, I need to read the English version to get all the incredible details. ...

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  • Jay Ahrend
    Aug 15, 2018

    Lone Frank går som altid på jagt efter sig selv og vores selv - denne gang i den strømførende hjerne. Historien om Dr. Heath er kompleks og der er ikke nogen enkle svar på om hans forsøg med mennesker gik for vidt, om han er et misforstået geni eller måske bare en videnskabsman...

    I know a fair amount about this subject, am personally acquainted with two of the people she interviewed about contemporary research, and have a departmental colleague who uses tDCS in her studies, and I never heard of Robert Heath, so I guess I can endorse her claim that his pioneerin...

    This is an absorbing biography of a forgotten figure in psychiatry, Robert Heath. Heath worked for years at Tulane exploring many applications of electrical stimulation of the brain, hoping to find a cure for schizophrenia and other mental ailments for which there were few humane treat...

    This biography is framed as a bit of a mystery. Lone Frank is refused access to Tulane University's archives that contain the lab notebooks and papers of Robert Heath, a pioneer in deep brain stimulation. She persists and manages to meet many people who knew Dr. Heath and get access to...

    This book was really fascinating to me, #ThePleasureShock caught my eye because it was about #DeepBrainStimulation and I had been curious about how it came about. Thank you Lone Frank for this treasure chest of historical information neatly compiled and brilliantly painted for digestio...