General Resources (last updated: 03/02/2013)
Allen Brain Atlas: Brain Explorer® 2. The Brain Explorer 2 software is a desktop application for viewing the human brain anatomy and gene expression data in 3-D
Basic & Clinical Neurosciences (College of Physicians & Surgeons, Columbia University) Site of the 29th Annual Postgraduate Review Course, 2006-2007. “a comprehensive and concise review of the neurosciences, with special emphasis on recent and important developments in the field. Topics include basic neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, neuroendocrinology, neurochemistry, and neurogenetics.”
BrainFacts.Org. This site is a public initiative of the Society for Neuroscience and other foundations. It aims to provide the general public with excellent information about all things neuroscientific.
Neuropathology Web.Com (Dimitri Agamanolis, M. D.) "an illustrated, interactive course, designed to teach neuropathology to medical students and residents...organized in 14 chapters and includes sections about stroke, multiple sclerosis, brain tumors, Alzheimer's disease, cerebral palsy, brain malformations, and many other topics..."
Neurons: Animated Cellular and Molecular Concepts (U Toronto Med Ctr). Flash-based illustration of how neurons work. 12 major areas explored.
Neuroscience Online: An Electronic Textbook for the Neurosciences (UT Med School). "This online, interactive courseware for the study of neuroscience is provided by the Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy at The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. The project is being developed under the direction of the Department Chair and Editor, John H. Byrne."
The Human Brain: Sections, Views, Histology, MRI (www.anatomie-amsterdam.nl)
Eye, Brain, & Vision (David Hubel, Harvard Medical School)
Codebreakers: Makers of Modern Genetics (Wellcome Library, UK). An online research resource for the history of genetics, including digitised books and archives from the Wellcome Library and partner institutions.
(Note: LMC = Full text available for Le Moyne researchers via Falcone Library)