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  1. Alcohol Problems in Adolescents and Young Adults: Epidemiology. Neurobiology. Prevention. and Treatment (Recent Developments in Alcoholism)
  2. The Neurobiology of Criminal Behavior (Neurobiological Foundation of Aberrant Behaviors)
  3. The Neurobiology of Learning: Perspectives from Second Language Acquisition by John H. Schumann, Sheila E. Crowell, et all 2004-01
  4. The Neurobiology of Depression : A Scientific American article by Charles B. Nemeroff, 2002-05-01
  5. An Introduction to Molecular Neurobiology by Zach W. Hall, 1992-02
  6. Being a Brain-Wise Therapist: A Practical Guide to Interpersonal Neurobiology by Bonnie Badenoch, 2008-06-30
  7. Advances in Vagal Afferent Neurobiology (Frontiers in Neuroscience (Boca Raton, Fla.).)
  8. Brain and Culture: Neurobiology, Ideology, and Social Change (Bradford Books) by Bruce E. Wexler, 2006-05-05
  9. Molecular Neurobiology for the Clinician (Review of Psychiatry, Vol 22 No 3) (Review of Psychiatry)
  11. The Role of Microtubules in Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Oncology (Cancer Drug Discovery and Development)
  12. The Integrative Neurobiology of Affiliation (Bradford Books)
  13. Neurodegenerative Diseases: Neurobiology, Pathogenesis and Therapeutics by M. Flint Beal, Anthony E. Lang, et all 2005-07-11
  14. The Neurobiology of Alzheimer's Disease (The Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology, Bios Scientific Publishers)

41. Sloan-Swartz Center Home Page
The SloanSwartz Center for Theoretical neurobiology at UC San Francisco was formed in 1994 with the goal of providing an environment where young scientists

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Visiting Faculty Fellows ... Mentor Fellow Info T he Sloan-Swartz Center for Theoretical Neurobiology at UC San Francisco was formed in 1994 with the goal of providing an environment where young scientists with strong backgrounds in theory would receive training in experimental neuroscience research. Our goal is to create a new generation of neuroscientists who have a firm grasp of the basic principles of theory in the physical sciences and, at the same time, a firm grounding in the basic principles and approaches of experimental neuroscience. We expect that these young scientists will develop mature research programs that combine experimental and theoretical approaches to understanding the operation of the intact brain and that the combined theoretical/experimental training they have received will enable them to make breakthroughs that would not have been possible by either experimental or theoretical approaches alone. T hrough the generous support of grants from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

42. Catalog IMETRONIC
Creates and manufactures automatic instruments for behavior research in neurobiology and pharmacology.
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43. Lab Histology And Embryology - ICBAS
Research focusing on histology, cell biology, microscopy, neurobiology, and stereology. From the University of Oporto, Portugal.
Free Web site hosting - Web Hosting - Choose an ISP NetZero High Speed Internet ... Dial up $14.95 or NetZero Internet Service $9.95 LAB. HISTOLOGY AND EMBRYOLOGY - DEP. MICROSCOPY Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar (ICBAS), Lg. Prof. Abel Slazar no. 2, 4099-003 Porto, Portugal Phone: 351 22 206 22 54 / 20 » Fax: 351 22 206 22 32 » E-mail history This Laboratory was oficially founded along with the ICBAS itself, back in 1975. The first Head of the Lab. was Dr. Daniel Furtado da Silva (MD), up to 1983. From this date, the Head has been Prof. Dr. Rogério Monteiro (MD, PhD), who currently holds the position of Full Professor. Our Laboratory, together with the Cell Biology Lab. and the Cytogenetics Lab., make the "Department of Microscopy". The available facilities and equipment allow studies in the fields of light and transmission electron microscopy, including immunocytochemistry, as well as molecular biology techniques (such as PCR and Northern blot). Hardware and software for performing 3D reconstructions form serial images, image analysis and design-based stereology is also available. Cell culture and karyotype analysis is routinely made in the Department. teaching and technical staff working at the laboratory 1. Rogério A.F. Monteiro, MD, PhD

44. University Of Heidelberg - Neurobiology
neurobiology The biological study of the nervous system or any part of it. . Neurobiologie der Uni. Heidelberg Im Neuenheimer Feld
"The biological study of the nervous system or any part of it." Neurobiologie der Uni. Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 364
69120 Heidelberg
Germany Tel.: +49 (0)6221 54-8219
Fax: +49 (0)6221 54-8301
e-mail: About the Department We are part of the Interdisciplinary Center for Neurosciences (IZN) Latest news,
press releases
May 2004:
We welcome Dr. Christoph Schuster to the department.
Research Groups' pages Recruitment available positions Personell our phone and e-mail directory by group e-mail addresses alphabetically Alumni colleagues who have moved on Library our journals University library biology UniSpiegel ... Ruperto Online Services Photography
Other photo gallery links Seminars, Lectures Neurobiology/SFB488 lectures Courses Seminar papers: Hauptseminar Past Teaching Seminars at EMBL Seminars at ZMBH ... Seminars in Heidelberg, Mannheim, Karlsruhe Other institutes DKFZ - Deutsches Krebsforschungszentrum EMBL - European Molecular Biology Laboratory ZMBH Student's info Graduiertenkolleg 791 Studienfach Biologie Further Information: How to get here (in german) - translation by babelfish Campus maps: Building 364 and Building 345 Aerial photograph Back Responsible:

45. AILab, University Of Zurich
Works on biologically inspired robotics, particularly the principle of embodied intelligence. The lab is transdisciplinary and includes researchers in the fields of computer science, mathematics, physics, biology, ethology, neurobiology, psychology, mechanical and electronics.
Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Department of Information Technology

Director: Prof. Dr. Rolf Pfeifer
Department of Information Technology
University of Zurich
Andreasstrasse 15 (map)
CH-8050 Zurich, Switzerland
Phone: +41 1 635 43 20/53

RESEARCH Research Program Projects Robots PUBLICATIONS ... AI Lectures from Tokyo MEDIA COVERAGE Newspapers Magazines PARTNERS TEACHING Semester- and Diplomarbeiten SIROP Online Tutorials Classes ... AI Lectures from Tokyo MISC Spin-off companies Addresses Links AI Wiki ... UNDERSTANDING INTELLIGENCE Rolf Pfeifer and Christian Scheier, MIT Press, 1999. Hard cover Edition, 1999 Paperback Edition, 2001 Japanese Edition, Kyoritsu Shuppan, 2001 Excerpts ... from the book Last update: March 01, 2004 by rs

46. Washington University Department Of Anatomy & Neurobiology

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48. Max-Planck-Institute Of Neurobiology
Research Departments Cellular and Systems neurobiology Molecular neurobiology Neuroimmunology Systems and Computational neurobiology Independent Research
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Clinical Neuroimmunology

Neuronal Specification
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49. Can Neurobiology Teach Us Anything About Consciousness?
Can neurobiology Teach us Anything about Consciousness? *. 273304. Churchland, PS (1994). Can neurobiology teach us anything about consciousness? .
Can Neurobiology Teach us Anything about Consciousness?
Patricia Smith Churchland
University of California, San Diego
Salk Institute
I Introduction:
Human nervous systems display an impressive roster of complex capacities, including the following: perceiving, learning and remembering, planning, deciding, performing actions, as well as the capacities to be awake, fall asleep, dream, pay attention, and be aware. Although neuroscience has advanced spectacularly in this century, we still do not understand in satisfying detail how any capacity in the list emerges from networks of neurons. We do not completely understand how humans can be conscious, but neither do we understand how they can walk, run, climb trees or pole vault. Nor, when one stands back from it all, is awareness intrinsically more mysterious than motor control. Balanced against the disappointment that full understanding eludes us still, is cautious optimism, based chiefly on the nature of the progress behind us. For cognitive neuroscience has already passed well beyond what skeptical philosophers once considered possible, and continuing progress seems likely. In assuming that neuroscience can reveal the physical mechanisms subserving psychological functions, I am assuming that it is indeed the brain that performs those functions that capacities of the humans mind are in fact capacities of the human brain. This assumption and its corollary rejection of Cartesian souls or spirits or "spooky stuff" existing separately from the brain is no whimsy. On the contrary, it is a highly probable hypothesis, based on evidence currently available from physics, chemistry, neuroscience and evolutionary biology. In saying that physicalism is an hypothesis, I mean to emphasize its status as an empirical matter. I do not assume that it is a question of conceptual analysis, a priori insight, or religious faith, though I appreciate that not all philosophers are at one with me on this point.

50. Department Of Anatomy And Neurobiology : University Of Vermont
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The Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology in the College of Medicine at the University of Vermont is an interactive department with a strong track record of accomplishment in research, education, and service. The Department consists of 17 faculty members: 8 tenure track, 4 research track, and 5 educator track faculty. In fiscal year 2003, we generated approximately $2 million in total direct costs of extramural funding. In addition, we received continued funding of $1.5 million for a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) in Neuroscience , which is being used to enhance the research infrastructure for neuroscience at UVM. We have competed successfully for two $0.5 million supplements to the COBRE. In 2002-2003, we purchased a BioRad Radiance Multiphoton Microscope for the COBRE Imaging and Electrophysiology Core. In 2003-2004 our supplement will be used to purchase a Ciphergen Protein Chip reader and a laser microdissection microscope. The extramural research carried out in our department ranges from molecular to systems neuroscience, and is recognized nationally and internationally. FACULTY QUICK LINKS Braas, Karen

51. Neurobiology Home Page, Blackwell Science
Blackwell Science Logo neurobiology Molecules, Cells and Systems Gary G. Matthews
NEUROBIOLOGY Molecules, Cells and Systems
Gary G. Matthews
[ Home ] [ About the Book Web Assignments Practice Exams Animations ... Resources NEUROBIOLOGY, Molecules, Cells and Systems , second edition, is designed for the first course in neurobiology. As the title suggests, the text ranges from molecules to systems from a biological viewpoint.
Various systems are used to illustrate concepts depending on which system is best suited for the concept. This accompanying web page is designed to provide comprehensive support for both the student and professor.
Please enjoy your visit. About the Book
Includes detailed description of improvements made to the second edition
of Neurobiology, Molecules, Cells and Systems Web Assignments
Internet assignments from each chapter organized for each part of the book are listed along with hints for effective internet searches. Practice Exams
Practice test review questions from midterm and final exams with an interactive "test machine" or print out a text version of the questions. Animations
View interactive animations of ten selected illustrations which are indicated by special icons next to the relevant figures in the book.

52. Neuropathology And Applied Neurobiology Home Page
Neuropathology and Applied neurobiology journal information, contents lists and abstracts on the Blackwell Publishing website.

53. Anatomy And Neurobiology, Department Of
Includes information on facilities, programs and seminars.

54. University Of Düsseldorf Institute For Neurobiology - Homepage
University of Duesseldorf, research and teaching at the Institute of neurobiology.
Institute for Neurobiology

Welcome to the Web pages of the Institute for Neurobiology
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On the following pages you will find information about the activities of the Institute for Neurobiology. For a view of the following click on the 'Start' button:
  • Deadlines and other information for students Teaching in the current and the preceding semester Seminar lectures Route description and maps (How to find us) Scientific work Research projects Collaborative research Foreign relations Publications
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55. University Of Pittsburgh Department Of Neurobiology
neurobiology email account here. Copyright 2001 University of Pittsburgh Department of neurobiology Webmaster Aaron M. Mroczkowski.
The Department of Neurobiology has grown significantly over the past five years. The department currently has 19 tenure stream and 6 non-tenure stream faculty with substantial research strengths in neural development, circuit function, computation, cellular communication through receptors, channels and synapses and neurological and psychiatric diseases. Total research grant funding for the primary faculty exceeded $8.5 million dollars in FY 2003. According to NIH rankings for 2001-2002 among medical 'biology' departments, the Department of Neurobiology was ranked 6th nationally in the amount of grant funding received. Under the direction of Dr. Susan Amara, who arrived as Chair in October of 2003, the department looks forward to continued growth, expansion and innovation.
The department actively integrates research efforts with other programs in the School of Medicine, (Psychiatry, Pharmacology, Neurology, Neurosurgery) the School of Engineering and in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Mathematics, Physics, Neuroscience). There are 15 faculty members with secondary appointments in the department.
The department has substantial programmatic strengths in neural development, circuit and systems function, cellular communication through receptors, channels and synapses and neurological and psychiatric disease.

56. Kluwer Academic Publishers - Cellular And Molecular Neurobiology
Research articles concerned with the analysis of neuronal and brain function at the cellular and subcellular levels.
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57. NIDA - Publications - Slide Teaching Packets - The Neurobiology Of Drug Addictio
The neurobiology of Drug Addiction. Slide Teaching Packet II, For Health Practitioners, Teachers, and Neuroscientists. Section I Introduction to the Brain.
Common Drugs of Abuse Acid/LSD Alcohol Cocaine Club Drugs Drug Testing Heroin Inhalants Marijuana MDMA/Ecstasy Methamphetamine Nicotine PCP (Phencyclidine) Prescription Medications Prevention Research Steroids Treatment Research Trends and Statistics
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The Neurobiology of Drug Addiction
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58. This Is London
Edward Marriott reviews 'A Primate's Memoir Love Death and Baboons in East Africa' by Robert Sapolsky.

59. - Molecular Neurobiology: A Gallery Of Animations
neurobiology, neurology, neurosurgery, psychiatry, psychology, cognitive science sites and information on human neurological diseases are covered.

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Molecular Neurobiology: A Gallery of Animations
"Molecular biology should be fun! In these animations, the goal of creating vivid representations of process shaped the design of the structures involved." Gayle Gross de Nunez, Ph.D. Click on one of the images below to see the corresponding animation. All animations are in QuickTime format. To view them properly, your browser will need to have QuickTime and the QuickTime Plug-in installed. File size of each animation is indicated in parentheses. To download .AVI (Video for Windows) versions, see below. Animation of acetylcholinesterase in action. (690K) Animation of interior of nerve terminal showing fusion of synaptic vesicles with presynaptic membrane and release of neurotransmitters into synaptic cleft. (840K) Animation of dopamine reuptake into synaptic terminal, and block of reuptake by cocaine. (1,001K) Animation of nicotine competition with acetylcholine at nicotinic cholinergic receptors showing opening of ion channels and electrotonic current spread. (1,248K) For more images and animations by this scientist-artist, please visit

60. Reenter Through The Home Page
The Department offers a program of graduate study leading to MS or PhD degrees in Physiology and neurobiology.
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