|Birth Day||November 7, 1929|
|Age||91 YEARS OLD|
Nominated for a Nobel Prize in Physiology for his work in neuroscience and analysis.
He attended New York University Medical School.
He wrote the book I Search Of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind, which focused on his life and research.
He and his wife Denise Bystryn took up a residence in New York, where he taught at Columbia University.
He founded the Howard Hughes Medical Research Institute at Columbia.