The controversy cost Harvey his job. In August, 1978, New Jersey Monthly reporter Steven Levy published an article: I Found Einstein's Brain based on his interview with Dr. Harvey when he was living in Wichita, Kansas. In 1988, Dr. Harvey retired and moved to Lawrence, Kansas. In 1996, Harvey moved from Weston, Missouri to Titusville, New Jersey. In 1998, Harvey delivered the remaining uncut portion of Einstein's brain to Dr. Elliot Krauss, a pathologist at Princeton University. Certain parts of Einstein's brain was found to have a higher proportion of glial cells than the average male brain.
In 2005, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Einstein's death, the 93-year-old Harvey was able to give interviews regarding the remarkable history of the brain from his home in New Jersey. He died at the University Medical Center at Princeton on April 5, 2007.
TRAVELS WITH EINSTEIN ON THE ULTIMATE ROAD TRIP, MICHAEL PATERNITI PONDERS THE NATURE OF THE UNIVERSE, WITH THE FAMED PHYSICIST'S BRAIN ALONG FOR INSPIRATION
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