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BIOGRAPHY
Dr. Daniel E. Nijensohn was born and raised in Mendoza, Argentina, where he graduated in the National University of Cuyo Medical School with an MD degree. He was the valedictorian, Summa cum Laude and gold medalist, ranking first in his class. He served as foreign medical war volunteer in the 1967 Six-Day-War at the Tel-Hashomer Army Hospital, Tel Aviv, Israel.

He interned at the University of Buenos Aires teaching hospitals, followed by a surgical internship at Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Center, Houston, Texas. He subsequently moved to Rochester, Minnesota where he trained as a neurosurgeon at the Mayo Clinic. He obtained a Master of Science degree in Neurosurgery from the University of Minnesota (MS) as well as a Doctorate from the National University of Cuyo (PhD) with special emphasis in neuroanatomy.

Dr. Nijensohn is an Honorary (Emeritus) Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Yale University School of Medicine. Besides being a Yale Professor, he has lectured extensively on many occasions and on multiple subjects, as a cultural historian. He has participated in destination related enrichment programs on about 30 ocean cruises to diverse and distant destinations all around the world. His present interests, among others, include History, Geography, Biology, the Arts, Science, World Affairs and/or Extraordinary Lives relating to the itinerary and ports of calls, Neuromodulation for psychiatric disease, Medical Professionalism and Neuroethics.

His biography has appeared in several publications (see www.nijensohn.com). Dr. Nijensohn led a team of researchers that investigated a prefrontal lobotomy on Eva Perón, Evita, performed secretly before her death in 1952 ( https://youtu.be/BTFzNxj_u3M). This research has been published in several peer review scientific medical journals and has been featured in thousands of articles in the world’s media.

Dr. Nijensohn has recently completed a chapter on psychosurgery for a 2018 book on treatment resistant psychiatric disease.

His wife Goldie was born and raised in Mexico City. They live in Fairfield, Connecticut, USA, and travel extensively and frequently to all continents. Both have been US citizens since the 1970’s. Their children and grandchildren live in Massachusetts and Vermont in New England.


(1 hour 13 minute Narrated Evita Secret Lobotomy)
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1-ASIA

1-The end of the battleship era, 1941- the Bismarck Campaign. December 10, 1941, the sinking of HMS Repulse and Prince of Wales, the fall of Singapore.
2-God-Kings, Temple-Mountains/ Art-Architecture-Religion of Ancient Khmer Cambodia at Angkor. Hinduism and Buddhism. Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm.
3-Tibet, China: Lhasa and the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan Uprising of March 10-1959. Nationalism, Religion and control of strategic terrain. Shangri La and the Third Eye.The forbidden city. The Potala Palace.
4-The 19th Century Opium Wars- Hong Kong- leading to the Opioid Epidemic in 2018- The Boxer Rebellion at the end of the 19th Century, China.
5-Military Surgery and Medicine during the Viet Nam War.
6-The Korean War, 1950-3- MASH- WMDs in 2018.
7-The Russo- Japanese War of 1905. Port Arthur. Naval Battle of Tsushima. Peace Treaty and Theodore Roosevelt.
8- A-Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, August 1945. Disaster medical management for conventional, chemical, biological and nuclear attacks.
9-The Piltdown Man,the Peking Man, China; the missing links and forgeries. Evolution, genetics, Darwin.
10-Taiwan and the treasures of China in Taipei at the National Museum of China. Chinese nationalism in Formosa island.
11-Nepal, Kathmandu, Hinduism and the followers of the Buddha at the foot of the Himalayas.Medieval city of Bhaktapur.
12-The Taj Mahal in Agra, India. A beautiful mausoleum and mosque, an architectural jewel.The Mughal Empire. Shah Jahan. The Red Fort.



2-THE MIDDLE EAST

1-The Six Day War, 1967, Israel. Medical foreign volunteer at Tel Hashomer Army Hospital, Tel Aviv. A breakfast with Danny Kaye and General Moshe Dayan.
2-The lost city of Petra and the Nabateans, Jordan. The Desert. The Aaronsohns’ siblings, Sarah, NILI, and Lawrence of Arabia, Ottoman Palestine. Was Sarah A. the secret love of Lawrence? Wadi Rum,The Seven Pillars of Wisdom.The Bedouins. WWI and the Arab Revolt. Zionism,
3-Jerusalem, Years 33, 70, 135 and 1967 of the Common Era. The First Temple, Nabuco. The Second Temple, Solomon, Jedediah. The Wall around the Old City. Zionism, Israel, the "Third Temple". The Zionist Movement. Herzl, Weitzman, Einstein and...Nijensohn
4-The Suez Canal and Egypt, Lesseps, Queen Victoria, Disraeli, the Rothschilds’ and Aida by Verdi.
5-Luxor, Egypt and the Tombs of Kings and Queens. Gizah and the Mena House. The Nile.
6-Turkey: Istanbul, Constantinople; the Topkapi, Haghia Sophia, the Blue Dome Mosque, the Suleymaniye Mosque, the Bosphorus and the Dolmabahce and Ciragan Kempiski Palaces on the Strait. The Sultan’s harems.



3-EUROPE

1-Naval Threats to the British Isles. The Spanish Armada, 1588. Spain v. England. King Philip of Spain. Queen Elizabeth I of England. The Dutch Revolt. Drake, the English Channel, the Battle of Gravelines, the Tilbury speech. The defeat of the Armada, 1588. World War I Naval Warfare: The Battle of Jutland, 1916. The British Royal Navy’s Grand Fleet under Admiral Sir John Jellicoe against the Imperial German Navy’s High Seas Fleet under Vice Admiral Reinhard Scheer, May 31-June 1, 1916. The North Sea. Scheer and Hipper. Jellicoe and Beatty.

2-Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson’s (1758-1805) medical history and the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Great Britain v. France and Spain. Cadiz. Nelson’s monuments. The fight against the polar bear, 1773. Sea sickness all his life. Malaria, 1776. Dysentery, yellow fever and food poisoning, 1780. Scurvy, 1782. Wedding, and mistress. A cut in the back, 1794, Bastia Corsica. The loss of right eye vision, 1794, Calvi, Corsica. Abdominal wound, 1797, Cape St. Vincent. Loss of the right arm, 1797, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Head injury, 1798, Battle of the Nile. Fatal wound, Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805. GSW to Chest, T6-7 paraplegia. Funeral. Honors. A forensic analysis, published in a medical journal.

3-Naval Warfare in the 20th Century. WWII, the Bismarck, 1941. The Tirpitz, 1944 Great Britain v, Germany. The German Battleship Bismarck. The Prinz Eugen. The Hood and the Prince of Wales, May 27, 1941. Raeder, Lutjens and Lindemann. Tovey, Holland and Kerr. Operation Rheinubung. May 18-27, 1941. Sink the Bismarck! The Bismarck disappears. PBY Catalina. HMS King George V. Force H, Gibraltar. HMS Ark Royal. The Sheffield. The swordfish biplane torpedo bombers. Sinking of the Bismarck, May 27, 1941. James Cameron expedition. Robert Ballard’s. David Mearns. Bismarck: sunk or scuttled? The German Battleship Tirpitz.

4- The Norse and the Vikings.;. The Arctic ports. Norwegian Fjords. Nordkapp, Norway. Murmansk, Solovetsky. Archangel, Russia.
The Viking Sagas, Norway, Sweden, Scandinavia. History, geography, biology. Gotland and the Hanseatic League. The Vikings. Runic inscriptions and sagas. Navigation and explorations. Newfoundland and Leif Erikson. Iceland. The Vinland Map and Yale University. True or False, America and the Waldseemuller Map of 1507. Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci. Scandinavian Minnesota The Minnesota Vikings. The Fairfield Scandinavian Club.

5-The Death of Napoleon Bonaparte in St Helen Island. A political assassination in the 19th Century?

6-The Oceanographic Museum of Monte Carlo and Polar Exploration. The Ballet Russes de Monte Carlo. Vaslav Nijinsky. Albert I of Monaco. Jacques Cousteau. The Bathyscaphe. Physicians and Polar explorations in the early 20th Century. The “Pourquois Pas” and Charcot. Vaslav Nijinsky. Claude Debussy.

7-Madeira, a beautiful Portuguese island with intriguing Wines. A gorgeous island in the Atlantic, on our way to Europe. Volcanic landscape with pretty flowers and birds. From Winston Churchill to Cristiano Ronaldo. The wines of Madeira as aperitifs and as accompaniments to desserts. Through the Gibraltar Strait into the Mediterranean and Barcelona.

8-St Petersburgh, Russia. The October Revolution, 1917. Lenin and Trotsky v. Kerensky.

9- Andorra, Aragon and Catalunya. The Basques,: Guernica, San Sebastian and Bilbao. Madrid, Toledo and Salamanca. Andalusia: Cordoba, Seville and Granada.The Alhambra and the Generalife.



4-THE POLAR REGIONS

1-The exploration of the South and North Poles. Amundsen. Scott. The Arctic, The NE and the NW Passages. North-about. Antarctica. Penguins and wild life in the South Atlantic. South Georgia Islands.

2-Malvinas-Falklands Islands Conflict-War, 1982. The UK v. Argentina. War in the South Atlantic in the 20th Century. History, geography, biology. Sovereignty v. self-determination. Medical Angle.



5-AFRICA

1-Tanzania, the Serengeti Plain and the Kilimanjaro. Olduvai Gorge and Crater: a rich archaeological site where evidence of the first humans has been found. Human evolution. Modern genetics.The savanna and the Maasai.

2-South Africa, the War of the Boers.

3-Morocco, Tangier, Marrakesh and Casablanca. The Koutoubia Mosque and Bahia Palace. The snake charmers of Deja el Fna and the Mamounyia Hotel. The Berber Culture and the Atlas Mountains.



6-THE AMERICAS

1-A 1654 Voyage from South to North America. A Story of American Exceptionalism. From Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil, South America to New Amsterdam, New York City, North America, 1654. Pangea and the tectonic plates. The end of the 15th Century and the “Discovery” of America, the Fourth Part of the World. Spain, Portugal, the Dutch Republic; Brazil, the Jews, the Inquisition; France, England, New England, the Yankees, New Amsterdam, NYC; the USA.

2-Flags of the Caribbean. European contests and wars in the Caribbean. Spain, the Greater Antilles: Cuba, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola-the Dominican Republic. Trinidad and Port of Spain. The Dutch: St. Marteen. The French: St. Martin, St. Barth, Guadeloupe, Martinique. The USA: USVIs. The British Caribbean: BVIs, Jost Van Dyke, St. John’s (Antigua), Barbados, Nevis, Jamaica, Grenada, St. Lucia. The Pirates of the Caribbean and the Skull and Bones. Flags: Spain, France, England, The Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, USA.
History. Integration efforts. In depth: Cuba, Puerto Rico, Barbados, St. Lucia, St. Martin, USVIs. The Hurricanes of 2017.

3-Devil’s Island, Cayenne, French Guiana. The Dreyfus Affair: 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1902, 1906, 1908. Dreyfus, Picard. Zola. Antisemitism, Herzl, Zionism, State of Israel. Papillon: the book and the 1973 movie. Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffman.

4-Brazil and Amazonia I Biology, geography and history of Amazonia. Flora and fauna of the rain forest. Wild life. Plants and fruits. Monkeys. Local aborigines.

5-Brazil and Amazonia II. Birds, flowers. Pharmacology of the rain forest in Amazonia. The rubber Plantations. The Manaus Opera House. Brazilia, the “new” capital of Brazil.

6-Von Humboldt‘s and Charles Darwin’s Latin American scientific explorations of the 19th Century. Latin American scientific explorations of the 19th Century. Explorers-Scientists: Alexander von Humboldt and Charles Darwin, The voyage of the Beagle. The Theory of Evolution. Modern genetics.

7-Naval warfare in South America in the 20th Century. The British v. Germany. WWI: Naval battles of Coronel and Falklands (1914), Más a Tierra (1915). (WW II: River Plate, 1939). Chile, Argentina, Uruguay.

8-The Battle of the River Plate-Punta del Este, Uruguay (1939). The pocket battleship Graf Spee. Langsdorff. Uruguay and Argentina. Germany v. Great Britain. The Exeter, Ajax and Achilles.

9-The Southern Cone of the American Continent (I and II). Patagonia. History and Geography. The Horn. Over the Edge of the World. Magellan. Tierra del Fuego aborigines. Julius Popper. Orelie de Tounens. Drake, Cook, Darwin. Amundsen, Scott, Shackleton. Mendoza, Los Andes, Aconcagua. Bariloche. Lakes. Peninsula Valdés, the Falklands, the Straits, sheep farms, the southern skies, El Calafate, glaciers, Torres del Paine, Fjords, volcanoes.

10-Machu Picchu, Peru and Yale University. The Lost City of the Incas. Hiram Bingham III, Yale University, The National Geographic. The Inca Empire. The legal fight between Yale and Perú. Modern archeology. Repatriation.

11-Borders among Nations in South America. The wars of independence. The War of the Triple Alliance (1864-1870) or the Paraguayan War. The Chaco War (1932-35). The Wars of the Pacific. The Inca civil war: Atahualpa vs Huascar. Ecuador v. Perú (1857-1860). First War of the Pacific: The Chincha Islands War, the Guano Wars (1864-66). Chile, Bolivia v. Peru. Spain v. Latin America.

12-Malvinas-Falklands Islands Conflict-War, 1982. The UK v. Argentina. War in the South Atlantic in the 20th Century. History, geography, biology. Sovereignty vs self-determination. Medical Angle.

13-The Construction of the Panama Canal and the Control of Tropical Illnesses.History of the Canal. Balboa. Nicaragua vs Panamá. The Failure of the French Company. Lesseps. Sovereignty-Theodore Roosevelt. The Hay-Bunau-Varila Treaty. Torrijos, Noriega, Carter (’77), Reagan (’89). American Engineering, canal locks, heavy steam machinery. Tropical Medicine: Yellow Fever, Dengue, Malaria and mosquitoes. Finlay, Ross, Reed and Gorgas. 2016: Widening of the Canal. The Nicaraguan Canal and China.

14-Brazil’s African Slave Trade. Salvador, Bahia. Africa. Slaves. Transport. Sugar Plantations. Coffe. Dances. Music. Black Magic.

15-Pre-Columbian Cultures, Mesoamerica, the Maya. México, the Historic District, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. The Olmecs. Teotihuacán. The Pyramids of the Sun and of the Moon. The Aztecs, Tenochtitlán. The Codices. The Mendoza Codex. The Maya. The Gods, constellations, human sacrifices. The Maya Code. The decoding of the Maya Writing. Yale. Calendars and Astronomy. Palenque, Lord Pakal. Tikal. Yucatán, Chiapas, Guatemala.

16-The Aztecs and Cortés, the Conquest of Mexico, the Fall of Tenochtitlán, 1521. The US-Mexican War, the Fall of Mexico City, 1847.
The Aztec Empire, Tenochtitlán, Cortés and La Malinche. The Conquest of México, 1519-1521. Moctezuma, Cuauhtémoc. La Noche Triste. The Fall of Tenochtitlán, 1521. New Spain. Viceroyalty. The Mexican-American War, 1846-48. President Polk. Jackson. Winfeld Scott. López de Santa Ana. Lee, Grant, Stonewall Jackson, Beauregard, Longstreet. The Battle of Cerro Gordo. The Battle of Molino del Rey. The Battle of Chapultepec. Los Niños Héroes. Pickett. The occupation of Mexico City. The Hanging of the San Patricios. Texas, The Alamo. The US Civil War.

17-The Arctic, The NE and the NW Passages. The Norse and the Vikings. The Vinland Map-Yale University; Scandinavian Minnesota. The Vikings. Runic inscriptions and sagas. Navigation and explorations. Newfoundland, Canada and Leif Erikson. The Vinland Map and Yale. True or False. America and the Waldseemuller Map of 1507. Columbus and Amerigo Vespucci. The Minnesota Vikings. The Fairfield Scandinavian Club.

18-Artificial Head Deformations and Skull Trepanations in Ancient Cultures-Civilizations. The 17th Dynasty: Pharaoh Akhenaton and family, Tel- Amarna, Egypt. Mesoamerica, the Maya, Palenque and Lord Pakal. The Peruvian cultures. Inca and Pre-Inca: Chimu, Chan-Chan, and Moche, in the North. Paracas, in the South. The Ice-Maidens: Juanita and Sarita. Arequipa, Sisti Mountain and Johan Reinhardt. The Nazca Lines and Human Evolution. Primitive neurosurgery and psychosurgery. Craniosynostosis.

23-Eva Perón’s Secret Lobotomy I, psychosurgery in 1952 and in 2018. Dr. Daniel E. Nijensohn’s acclaimed research unveiling a top state secret in Argentina. Yale University and the Mayo Clinic, Nijensohn’s lectures and media articles. Publications. Argentina, South America. Juan and Eva Perón. Evita’s illness and death. Embalming and the travails of Evita’s body.

24-Eva Perón’s Secret Lobotomy II, psychosurgery in 1952 and in 2018. Dr. Nijensohn’s acclaimed research unveiling a top state secret in Argentina.History of Psychosurgery. Connecticut and Yale’s contribution. Fulton, Delgado. Moniz, Freeman. New England, Scoville, Poppen. Hollywood movies and modern advances. From DBS to optogenetics. From prefrontal lobotomy to implants and to transhumanity. Psychosurgical treatment of aggressive behavior disorders. Evita’s secret lobotomy. Evita’s illness and death. George Udvarhelyi. Luis Savastano. Skull x-ray findings. Manena Riquelme. Dr. James L. Poppen. Sinister political conspiracy. Juan vs Eva. The Right vs the Left.
The Connectome Project. The Brain initiative.

25-Psychosurgery and Evita’s Secret Prefrontal Lobotomy. Argentina
The Beaumont Medical Club Lecture, October 23, 2015.



7-THE PACIFIC

1, 2- The South Pacific. Tahiti- Gauguin. Pitcairn-HMS Bounty. Bora-Bora, Raiatea, Moorea, Rangiroa, Fakarava. Hanga Roa-Rapa Nui-Easter Island. The Pacific theater in WWII. The South Pacific: the movie and the play. Broadway and Hollywood. The Bounty and superstorm Sandy, 2012. HMS Bounty, 1789. Captain Bligh and Fletcher Christian. The Mutiny and Pitcairn Islands. Movies. Charles Laughton and Clark Gable, 1935. Marlon Brando, Trevor Howard and Richard Harris, 1962. Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins, 1984. Gauguin and the French avant-garde post- impressionists. The mysteries of Easter Island. The Rapa Nui people, the Moais and the Polynesian Triangle. Collapse of Civilization and Jarred Diamond. The Birdman religion. The Kon-Tiki expedition and Thor Heyerdahl. The peopling of South America. Chickens and Polynesians.

3-Apia, Samoa. Polynesian culture. The fía fia dance and song.

4-Australia and New Zealand. The Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.The Aborigines. Botany Bay. Sidney, NZ South Island. Maoris.



8- NAVAL WARFARE

December 10, 1941, the sinking of HMS Repulse and Prince of Wales, the fall of Singapore. The end of the battleship era, the 1941- the Bismarck Campaign.

The Russo- Japanese War of 1905. Naval Battle of Tsushima.

Naval Threats to the British Isles. The Spanish Armada, 1588, Spain vs England.
World War I Naval Warfare: The Battle of Jutland, 1916. Imperial Germany.
King Philip of Spain. Queen Elizabeth I of England. The Dutch Revolt. Drake, the English Channel, the Battle of Gravelines, the Tilbury speech. The defeat of the Armada, 1588.

The Battle of Jutland, 1916. The British Royal Navy’s Grand Fleet under Admiral Sir John Jellicoe against the Imperial German Navy’s High Seas Fleet under Vice Admiral Reinhard Scheer, May 31-June 1, 1916. The North Sea. Scheer and Hipper. Jellicoe and Beatty.

Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson’s (1758-1805) medical history and the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Great Britain v. France and Spain. Cadiz. Nelson’s monuments. The fight against the polar bear, 1773. Sea sickness all his life. Malaria, 1776. Dysentery, yellow fever and food poisoning, 1780. Scurvy, 1782. Wedding, and mistress. A cut in the back, 1794, Bastia Corsica. The loss of right eye vision, 1794, Calvi, Corsica. Abdominal wound, 1797, Cape St. Vincent. Loss of the right arm, 1797, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Head injury, 1798, Battle of the Nile. Fatal wound, Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805. GSW to Chest, T6-7 paraplegia. Funeral. Honors.

Naval Warfare in the 20th Century. WWII, the Bismarck, 1941. The Tirpitz, 1944 Great Britain v. Germany The German Battleship Bismarck. The Prinz Eugen. The Hood and the Prince of Wales, May 27, 1941. Raeder, Lutjens and Lindemann. Tovey, Holland and Kerr. Operation Rheinubung. May 18-27, 1941. Sink the Bismarck! The Bismarck disappears. PBY Catalina. HMS King George V. Force H, Gibraltar. HMS Ark Royal. The Sheffield. The swordfish biplane torpedo bombers. Sinking of the Bismarck, May 27, 1941. James Cameron expedition. Robert Ballard’s. David Mearns. Bismarck: sunk or scuttled? The German Battleship Tirpitz.

Naval warfare in South America in the 20th Century. The British v. Germany.
WWI: Naval battles of Coronel and Falklands (1914), Más a Tierra (1915). Chile, Argentina, Uruguay

The Battle of the River Plate-Punta del Este, Uruguay (1939). The pocket battleship Graf Spee. Langsdorff. Uruguay and Argentina. Germany v. Great Britain. Exeter, Ajax and Achilles.



9- BIOS

Admiral Horatio Lord Nelson’s (1758-1805) medical history and the Battle of Trafalgar, 1805. Great Britain v. France and Spain. Cadiz. Nelson’s monuments. The fight against the polar bear, 1773. Sea sickness all his life. Malaria, 1776. Dysentery, yellow fever and food poisoning, 1780. Scurvy, 1782. Wedding, and mistress. A cut in the back, 1794, Bastia Corsica. The loss of right eye vision, 1794, Calvi, Corsica. Abdominal wound, 1797, Cape St. Vincent. Loss of the right arm, 1797, Santa Cruz de Tenerife. Head injury, 1798, Battle of the Nile. Fatal wound, Battle of Trafalgar, October 21, 1805. GSW to Chest, T6-7 paraplegia. Funeral. Honors.

Eva Perón’s Secret Lobotomy I and II psychosurgery in 1952 and in 2018. Dr. Daniel E. Nijensohn’s acclaimed research unveiling a top state secret in Argentina. Yale University and the Mayo Clinic, Nijensohn’s lectures and media articles. Publications. Argentina, South America. Juan and Eva Perón. Evita’s illness and death. Embalming and the travails of Evita’s body. History of Psychosurgery. Connecticut and Yale’s contribution. Fulton, Delgado. Moniz, Freeman. New England, Scoville, Poppen. Hollywood movies and modern advances. From DBS to optogenetics. From prefrontal lobotomy to implants and to transhumanity. Apuzzo, Lee and Fried. Psychosurgical treatment of aggressive behavior disorders. Evita’s secret lobotomy. Evita’s illness and death. George Udvarhelyi. Luis Savastano. Skull x-ray findings. Manena Riquelme. Dr. James L. Poppen. Sinister political conspiracy. Juan vs Eva. The Right vs the Left.
The Connectome Project. The Brain initiative.

The Death of Napoleon Bonaparte in St Helen Island. A political assassination in the 19th Century?



10-some Great SUBJECTS

Psychosurgery in 1952 and in 2018. Dr. Daniel E. Nijensohn’s acclaimed research unveiling a top state secret in Argentina. Yale University and the Mayo Clinic, Nijensohn’s lectures and media articles. Publications. Argentina, South America. Juan and Eva Perón. Evita’s illness and death. Psychosurgery: Connecticut and Yale’s contribution. Fulton, Delgado. Moniz, Freeman. New England, Scoville, Poppen. Hollywood movies and modern advances. From DBS to optogenetics. From prefrontal lobotomy to implants and to transhumanity. Apuzzo, Lee and Fried. Psychosurgical treatment of aggressive behavior disorders. Evita’s secret lobotomy. Evita’s illness and death. George Udvarhelyi. Luis Savastano. Skull x-ray findings. Manena Riquelme. Dr. James L. Poppen. Sinister political conspiracy. Juan vs Eva. The Right vs the Left.
The Connectome Project. The Brain initiative.

Artificial Head Deformations and Skull, Trepanations in Ancient Cultures-Civilizations. The 17th Dynasty: Pharaoh Akhenaton and family, Tel- Amarna, Egypt. Mesoamerica, the Maya, Palenque and Lord Pakal. The Peruvian cultures. Inca and Pre-Inca: Chimu, Chan-Chan, and Moche, in the North. Paracas, in the South. The Ice-Maidens: Juanita and Sarita. Arequipa, Sisti Mountain and Johan Reinhardt. The Nazca Lines and Human Evolution.
Primitive neurosurgery and psychosurgery. Craniosynostosis.

Communism, The October Revolution, 1917 in Russia,
Opium and the Opioid Epidemic in 2018.
Human Evolution and Genetics. Darwin.

Military Surgery and Medicine during the Viet Nam and the Korean Wars, 1950-3- MASH- 2018 WMD. Medical disaster management.

The A Bomb on Japan. A nuclear world.
CRUISE HISTORY / EXPERIENCE
About 30 cruises as Enrichment Lecturer to diverse and different destinations with Silversea, Oceania and Seabourn done in the past five years.