Malcolm Breckenridge Carpenter, M.D.

Columbia University, New York, NY 
"Malcolm Breckenridge Carpenter" OR "Malcolm B Carpenter"

(1921 - 1999)
(b. 7 July 1921; d. 25 June 1999) received his MD degree in 1947 and initially followed a clinical career in neurology before turning to basic neuroscience with his appointment to Columbia in 1953. His scientific contributions were numerous and notable, and were concerned with topics as diverse as motor systems (basal nuclei, cerebellum, red nucleus), vascular patterns, eye movements, vestibular system, the diencephalon, and the subthalamus. He is widely known as co-author/ author of 4 editions of Human Neuroanatomy (formerly Strong and Elwyn’s Human Neuroanatomy), for 4 editions of his Core Text of Neuroanatomy, and as co-author of Cerebellum of The Rhesus Monkey.

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Carpenter MB, Periera AB, Guha N. (1992) Immunocytochemistry of oculomotor afferents in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri sciureus). Journal Fur Hirnforschung. 33: 151-67
Carpenter MB, Jayaraman A. (1990) Subthalamic nucleus of the monkey: connection and immunocytochemical features of afferents Journal Fur Hirnforschung. 31: 653-668
Carpenter MB. (1989) Connectivity patterns of thalamic nuclei implicated in dyskinesia Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery. 52: 79-119
Carpenter MB. (1988) Vestibular nuclei: afferent and efferent projections. Progress in Brain Research. 76: 5-15
Carpenter MB, Chang L, Pereira AB, et al. (1987) Vestibular and cochlear efferent neurons in the monkey identified by immunocytochemical methods. Brain Research. 408: 275-80
Cowie RJ, Carpenter MB. (1985) Transneuronal transport in the vestibular and auditory systems of the squirrel monkey and the arctic ground squirrel. II. Auditory system. Brain Research. 358: 264-75
Carpenter MB, Cowie RJ. (1985) Transneuronal transport in the vestibular and auditory systems of the squirrel monkey and the arctic ground squirrel. I. Vestibular system. Brain Research. 358: 249-63
Carpenter MB, Cowie RJ. (1985) Connections and oculomotor projections of the superior vestibular nucleus and cell group 'y'. Brain Research. 336: 265-87
Carleton SC, Carpenter MB. (1984) Distribution of primary vestibular fibers in the brainstem and cerebellum of the monkey. Brain Research. 294: 281-98
Carpenter MB, Carleton SC. (1983) Comparison of vestibular and abducens internuclear projections to the medial rectus subdivision of the oculomotor nucleus in the monkey. Brain Research. 274: 144-9
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