Suzanne Corkin, who studied the mind of a man with no memory, dies at 79 – The Washington Post
In fact, they grew up a few miles apart, and Dr. Corkin lived on the same street as Scoville, the doctor who performed the operation on H.M. in 1953. Scoville later renounced experimental brain surgery and suggested H.M. as a possible research subject to Brenda Milner, a neuroscientist who became Dr. Corkin’s mentor at McGill.

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