Please notify the readership that Dr. William A. Krivoy died in Richardson, Texas, on October 24, 1993. Dr. Krivoy was a well-known electrophysiologist and neurobiologist at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, and at NIDA's Addiction Research Center. Dr. Krivory was among the first to recognize the importance of neuropeptides as modulators and transmitters in the central nervous system.
Dr. Krivoy worked at NIDA's Addiction Research Center in Lexington, KY, until 1983, when he suffered a massive stroke. Since then, he has convalesced in Texas. Dr. Krivoy is survived by his mother and a brother.
Wallace Pickworth, Ph.D.