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Epistemic restrictions in population biology
Biologists have believed that the application of statistical or mathematical models to population biology has always been a correct and helpful tool to acquire knowledge. The present article demonstrates that the standard ...
Autophagy impairment: A crossroad between neurodegeneration and tauopathies
Most neurodegenerative diseases involve the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the nervous system. Impairment of protein degradation pathways such as autophagy is emerging as a consistent and transversal pathological ...
In memoriam Professor Jaime Talesnik, MD.
In memoriam Jaime Talesnik. Born in Santiago, Chile, 18 May 1915; deceased Toronto, Canada, 7 April 1996. Medical studies at University of Chile, 1935-1940. MD, University of Chile, 1941. Assistant Professor of Physiology, ...
Francisco Varela (1946-2001): Filling the mind - Brain gap: A life adventure
(Society of Biology of Chile, 2003)
One of the most eminent neuroscientists recently passed away in Paris. Professor Francisco Varela was a scholar that approached science with a remarkably broad and integrative perspective, deeply contributing to a diversity ...
In memoriam Professor Enrique Egaña, MD (1912-1997).
Enrique Egaña-Barahona. Born Santiago, Chile, 10 March 1912. Deceased Santiago, Chile, 23 November 1997. MD, University of Chile, 1936. Rockefeller Foundation Fellow at Harvard University Medical School, 1940-1944. Professor ...