As we have talked about different parts of the brain and their function in today’s class, I got interested in patients with brain damage and found this article. The patient in this article is Henry Molaison, and most of you may know him already as ‘HM’ patient. He had suffered from epileptic seizures, and removed hippocampus to reduce seizures. Although his seizure did reduce significantly, he suffered from anterograde amnesia since the surgery. It is really fascinating to see how this small part of the brain is responsible for one of the most important functions in our daily life!