By Henry N. Wagner Jr. MD, PhD (auth.)
In A own heritage of Nuclear Medicine, Dr. Henry N. Wagner, Jr. outlines his major contribution to the sphere of nuclear drugs over the last half-century, whereas additionally discussing the hurdles that the sphere confronted in turning into a tremendous section of glossy clinical perform. extra, the writer explores demanding situations in the educational and scientific institutions, that have frequently been recognized for resisting switch
Written for nuclear drugs execs and non-nuclear medication execs alike, A own heritage of Nuclear medication chronicles, from the perspective of a outstanding pioneer within the box, the demanding situations and difficulties confronted in the course of the improvement of nuclear drugs and its easy philosophy over the last part century, plus its additional improvement inside of medication because it strikes into the future.
Dr. Henry N. Wagner, Jr. is a world authority on nuclear medication. His pioneering paintings in imaging mind neuroreceptors lead the way for groundbreaking examine in habit and drug layout, and elevated knowing of the body structure and pathophysiology of the mind. in the course of his 56-year organization with The Johns Hopkins collage, he has informed greater than 500 radiologists, internists, physicians, and scientists, 8 of whom have held, as he has, the placement of President of the Society of Nuclear drugs. In 1985 he was once offered the Georg Von Hevesy Award and in 1993 Dr. Wagner was once presented the 1st Annual Society of Nuclear drugs President’s Award for awesome Contributions to nuclear medicine.
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Audiogenic seizures, that could be produced in rats by loud noise, was not abolished by bulbocapnine. Thus, from the beginning, my research has been oriented toward the study of the biochemistry of mental functioning, an interest created by working with Curt Richter in Phipps Clinic. How wonderful it would have been in those early studies of wild and domesticated rats, if we had had techniques, such as positron emission tomography, to relate brain chemistry, mental activity and behavior. These new “tracer” techniques for “molecular imaging” would not be developed until decades later.
My chief interest (and Dr. Richter’s) was in endocrinology and its inﬂuence on mental functioning and behavior. He had discovered self-selection of food intake in rats, and the effects of electric shock stress on the endocrine system of wild and domesticated rats. He had a contract with the City of Baltimore Health Department to develop an effective rat poison during the war. Among his discoveries was that rats could not taste the poison, alpha-naphthyl thiourea (ANTU), which produced acute pulmonary edema and death in rats.