Chandler McCuskey Brooks

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Dr. Chandler McCuskey Brooks (December 18, 1905–November 29, 1989) was an American physiologist notable for his research on the relationships between the central nervous and endocrine systems. [1] [2] He was also known for his studies of the electrophysiology of the heart.[1] [3] Brooks was a member of the National Academy of Sciences.[1][2] He also headed the physiology and pharmacology departments of the Long Island College of Medicine[1] and a Guggenheim fellow(Medicine & Health, 1945).[4]

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