Hallowell Davis, M.D.
|Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States|
Dr. Davis played a pivotal role in the development of the electroencephalograph, or EEG, which measures minute electrical changes in the brain. The first EEG of human brain waves seen in this country was recorded from Dr. Davis's scalp by his students.
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|Robert Galambos||grad student||Harvard|
|Aristides Leão||grad student||Harvard Medical School|
|Craig C. Wier||grad student||1972-1974||Washington University|
|Donald Henderson||post-doc||Washington University School of Medicine (St. Louis)/Central Institute for the Deaf|
|Clifford Ladd Prosser||post-doc||Harvard|
|Stanley Smith Stevens||post-doc||Harvard|
|Donald Benjamin Lindsley||post-doc||1933-1935||Harvard|
|Cesar Fernandez||research scientist|