Marthe Louise Vogt. 8 September 1903 — 9 September 2003

Alan W. Cuthbert

Elected FRS 1952


Marthe Vogt was one of the leading neuroscientists of the twentieth century, with her research career spanning more than 50 years. Marthe's legacy cannot be judged only by what she was able to accomplish herself but by the impetus she gave to all those who followed to revolutionize the treatment of mental illness.

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