Image Charles W. Scouten Ph.D. Charles Scouten acquired his Ph.D from SUNY Binghamton in 1980 with a dissertation entitled “Location of Neurons Mediating Androgen’s effect on Copulation, Urine Marking, and Body Weight”. Published Pieces by Charles W. Neurotrauma from ImpactEditoriales (Knowledge Pathway) Brain damage from football, improvised explosive devices, and childhood falls has spurred a surge of funding for research on impact brain damage. Approach Angle in Stereotaxic SurgeryEditoriales (Knowledge Pathway) Varying the approach angle in stereotaxic surgery can overcome the conflict between positional accuracy and interpretability. Fortunately, modern computer controlled stereotaxic instruments make this possible. Knife Angle in MicrotomyTutorials (Knowledge Pathway) The correct knife angle is the subject of much misunderstanding, misleading experience, and incorrect information passed between microtomists, but in fact can be logically derived. Stereotaxic AccuracyEditoriales (Knowledge Pathway) The instrument for moving a probe to a given coordinate in space – inside the brain – is a stereotaxic instrument.