Neurobiology is the branch of biology that studies the cells of the nervous system and the organization of these cells into functional circuits that process information and mediate behavior.
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Innovators in digital EEG and MEG software for research and clinical applications.
Brain and Behavior, from Serendip
Interactive exhibits, forum, and links aimed at exploring the observational basis and significance of the assertion that the nervous system underlies all aspects of human behavior and experience.
Provides a searchable facility to help identify structures in the brain.
Center for Consciousness Studies
Interdisciplinary program promoting open, scientifically rigorous discussions of all phenomena related to the mind. Includes course, conference and workshop listings - from the Univ. of Arizona.
CNS Healthcare - Clinical Neuroscience Solutions
Advanced evaluations, treatments, monitoring, education, for those with psychiatric and neurological diseases.
Contemporary Philosophy of Mind
An annotated bibliography of recent work in the philosophy of mind, philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and on consciousness in the sciences.
Offering a compilation of current research on: genetics, brain and mind.
A practical guide to the art of microiontophoresis employed in neuroscience research.
Information from Wikipedia on the study of the nervous system and the organization of cells into functional circuits that process information and mediate behavior.
Contract research firm specializing in testing the functional efficacy of potential CNS therapeutics in animal models, with an additional focus on behavioural evaluation of genetically altered animals.
Interactive graphical database which provides structural, molecular, and genetic information on the adult murine nervous system and its relevance to human neurobiology.
Neuromuscular Disease Center: Washington University, St Louis
The Center provides a neuromuscular clinic, an electrodiagnostic service and a clinical laboratory. Includes detailed information on neuromuscular diseases and syndromes.
Neuroscience on the Internet
A searchable and browsable index of neuroscience resources available on the Internet.
Information on neurotrophic factors.
Current understanding of the physiological basis for olfaction (sense of smell) and the possible molecular interactions that specify odorant signaling.
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