Neurosciences on the Internet
An excellent starting point for internet information on neuroscience and neurology. Maintains an up-to-date and comprehensive index of Internet neuroscience resources, and publishes original material in all areas of the neurosciences, including neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology and cognitive science. Several types of articles as well as images, movies or sounds can be submitted. Articles can be original research reports, review articles, clinical studies, clinical case reports, editorials, software reviews, book reviews or announcements of upcoming meetings and seminars. News announcing articles published in full simultaneously in traditional print journals will be appropriate. Administrators of neuroscience mailing lists could also choose to archive digests of their e-mail discussions on "Neurosciences on the Internet." How to Contribute Materials to "Neurosciences on the Internet" contains detailed instructions on what material can be submitted, how to submit it and the peer review and publication process.
- Neuroscience Web Search An excellent search engine for things related to
neuroscience. Handles extremely detailed requests well.
- The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Neurobiology
- Yahoo-health-medicine-neurosciences, a searchable database of neuroscience-related neuroscience internet sites
- Society for Neuroscience Gopher
- BIOSCI (Bionet) News Group Archives & Index to Biologists
- MedWeb: Anatomy and Emryology sources (from Emory University)
- Virtual Neuron, from the University of Minnesota Department of Cell Biology and Neuroanatomy
- Cognitive Neuroscience Society
- Human Brain Project, Washington University
- Cognitive Neuroscience Mailing List: for information, including how to subscribe, how to get archives, and posting guidelines, please send email to "firstname.lastname@example.org" with "cogneuro: send info" in the subject line.
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Steven Leber, M.D., Ph.D. Leber@umich.edu or
Kenneth Mack, M.D., Ph.D. Mack@waisman.wisc.edu
Last updated 28October-1996 by Leber@umich.edu.