Willem Jozef Cornelis Verhaart

Affiliations: 
Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands 
Area:
comparative neurology
Website:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16443567
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(1889 - 1983)
http://dap.library.uu.nl/cgi-bin/dap/dap?diss_id=6696

Mean distance: 13.92 (cluster 48)
 
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Parents

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Cornelis Winkler grad student 1925 Utrecht
 (Klinische en anatomische onderzoekingen over de ziekte van Alzheimer)
John Farquhar Fulton research scientist 1938-1939 Yale

Children

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Hans van Crevel grad student 1958 Leiden
Paul E. Voorhoeve grad student 1959 Leiden
Arthur Staal grad student 1961 Leiden
Jan Voogd grad student 1964 Leiden
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Verhaart WJ. (1972) Fibre systems of the avian midbrain. Acta Morphologica Neerlando-Scandinavica. 9: 377
Verhaart WJ. (1972) The brain of the seacow Trichechis. Psychiatria, Neurologia, Neurochirurgia. 75: 271-92
Verhaart WJ. (1971) Forebrain bundles and fibre systems in the avian brain stem. Journal FüR Hirnforschung. 13: 39-64
Verhaart WJ. (1970) Comparative anatomical aspects of the mammalian brain stem and the cord. Studies in Neuro-Anatomy. 2: 1-312
Verhaart WJ. (1970) [Comparative anatomical aspects of the pyramidal tract]. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde. 114: 1117-8
Verhaart WJ. (1966) A case of brain stem encephalitis. Neuropatologia Polska. 4: Suppl:701-7
Verhaart WJ. (1966) The pyramidal tract of Tupaia, compared to that in other primates. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 126: 43-50
Verhaart WJ. (1965) [Encephalopathy in artificial respiration and hibernation]. Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde. 109: 1421-4
VERHAART WJ. (1963) THE BRAIN STEM OF THE ANTEATER, MYRMECOPHAGA JUBATA L. Journal FüR Hirnforschung. 6: 205-21
VAN CREVEL, VERHAART WJ. (1963) THE 'EXACT' ORIGIN OF THE PYRAMIDAL TRACT. A QUANTITATIVE STUDY IN THE CAT. Journal of Anatomy. 97: 495-515
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