Dr. Korbinian Brodmann (1868 - 1918), a german born neuroanatomist. He is chiefly remembered for mapping the different areas of the human brain based upon subtle differences in cellular architecture. His system of Brodmann's Area's was the first standardized method of brain anatomy nomenclature, and it forms the basis for the modern day study of the localization of brain function -- as well as the interpretation of many cognitive neuropsychology experiments that use neuroimaging methods.