Could this Italian neuroscientist really transplant a cryogenically frozen brain into a living human? - The Daily Dot

Sergio Canavero, a professor at the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group in Italy, is planning to perform the world's first head transplant in China later this year. But that's not all. After that, the ambitious neuroscientist plans to perform the ...

Cryogenically Frozen Brains Will Be 'Woken up' and Transplanted in Donor Bodies Within Three Years, Neurosurgeon ... - Futurism

After he attempts the world's first human head transplant, neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero plans to attempt another world first: reawakening a brain that has been cryogenically frozen. One World's First After Another. Given the remarkable advances that ...

'We'll try to bring patients back to life': Surgeon plans to 'revive' frozen human brains by 2020 - RT

The first human head transplant will take place in less than a year, to be followed by the world's first transplantation of a cryogenically preserved brain in three years' time. That's according to ambitious neurosurgeon, Sergio Canavero. The Italian ...

Head Transplants: Sergio Canavero Says First Patient Will Be Chinese National, Not Valery Spiridonov - Newsweek

Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero has announced further details about the plan to carry out the world's first head transplant surgery. In a turn of events, the operation will no longer be performed on Valery Spiridonov, a Russian man suffering from ...

An outlandish surgeon who aims to perform the first head transplant just gave a rat a second head - Business Insider

Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero made headlines around the world two years ago with the bold claim that he would soon be stitching one person's head onto another's body. Despite the numerous obstacles Canavero faces from ethical and scientific ...