|Administrative History||Santiago Ramon Y Cajal was appointed Professor of Descriptive and General Anatomy at Valencia in 1883. In 1887 he was appointed Professor of Histology and Pathological Anatomy at Barcelona and in 1892 he was appointed to the same Chair at Madrid. In 1900-1901 he was appointed Director of the 'Instituto Nacional de Higiene' and of the 'Investigaciones Biológicas.'|
He shared the 1906 Nobel Prize in Medicine with Camillo Golgi, for introduction of the silver-chromate stain.