William F. Windle

Affiliations: 
National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 
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Development CNS
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William Frederick Windle, Ph.D., D.Sc. (1898-1985), born and educated in the U.S. Midwest, became an eminent neuroscientist working on both coasts and welcomed internationally. Dr. Windle did his undergraduate studies at Denison University in Ohio. His plans for a medical career were turned aside after two years in medical school by his long and fruitful collaboration with Stephen Walter Ranson of the Institute of Neurology, Northwestern University. That collaboration started in 1921, led to Windle's Ph.D. degree in anatomy from Northwestern and, some twenty years later, to the directorship of that same Institute of Neurology.

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Guth L, Windle WF. (1970) The enigma of central nervous regeneration. Summarized transactions of a conference on applications of new technology to the enigma of central nervous regeneration, held in Palm Beach, Florida, February 4-6, 1970 under the auspices of the National Paraplegia Foundation. Experimental Neurology. 28: Suppl 5:1-43
CLEMENTE CD, WINDLE WF. (1954) Regeneration of severed nerve fibers in the spinal cord of the adult cat. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 101: 691-731
WINDLE WF, CLEMENTE CD, CHAMBERS WW. (1952) Inhibition of formation of a glial barrier as a means of permitting a peripheral nerve to grow into the brain. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 96: 359-69
WINDLE WF, CLEMENTE CD, SCOTT D, et al. (1952) Structural and functional regeneration in the central nervous system. A.M.a. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. 67: 553-4
WINDLE WF, CLEMENTE CD, SCOTT D, et al. (1952) Induction of neuronal regeneration in the central nervous system of animals. Transactions of the American Neurological Association. 56: 164-70
WINDLE WF, CHAMBERS WW. (1951) Regeneration in the spinal cord of the cat and dog. A.M.a. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry. 65: 261-2
WINDLE WF, CHAMBERS WW. (1950) Regeneration in the spinal cord of the cat and dog. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 93: 241-57
CHAMBERS WW, WINDLE WF. (1947) Site of action of a bacterial pyrogen in cats with central nervous system lesions. Federation Proceedings. 6: 89
RHINES R, MAGOUN HW, WINDLE WF. (1946) The bulbar inhibitory mechanism in concussion. Federation Proceedings. 5: 86
RHINES R, MAGOUN HW, WINDLE WF. (1946) The bulbar inhibitory mechanism in concussion. The American Journal of Physiology. 146: 344-7
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