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         Neurobiology:     more books (100)
  1. Handbook of Neurochemistry and Molecular Neurobiology: Behavioral Neurochemistry and Neuroendocrinology
  2. Neurobiology of Epilepsy and Aging, Volume 81 (International Review of Neurobiology.) (International Review of Neurobiology)
  3. Neurobiology of Cognition by Peter D Eimas, 1990
  4. Neurobiology of Mental Disorders
  5. Current Methods in Cellular Neurobiology
  6. Handbook of Autism and Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Diagnosis, Development, Neurobiology, and Behavior
  7. The Neurobiology of Olfaction (Frontiers in Neuroscience) by Anna Menini, 2009-09-15
  8. Towards the Neurobiology of Chronic Pain (Progress in Brain Research)
  9. Neurobiology of Eye Movements: From Molecules to Behavior (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  10. Introduction to Theoretical Neurobiology: Volume 2, Nonlinear and Stochastic Theories (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) by Henry C. Tuckwell, 2005-09-08
  11. The Neurobiology of Cocaine: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms by Jr., Ronald P. Hammer, 1995-07-17
  12. Traumatic Dissociation: Neurobiology and Treatment
  13. The Ageing Brain: The Neurobiology and Neuropsychiatry of Ageing by P. Sachdev, 2003-01-01
  14. Brain Norepinephrine: Neurobiology and Therapeutics

121. The UAB Civitan International Research Center
Coordinates and conducts research related to human development, mental retardation, and developmental disabilities. Links for researchers and families about early child development, neurobiology research and developmental disabilities. (University of Alabama at Birmingham, Alabama)
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CIRC Director
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Links and News Internet Resources Civitan International
This international service organization's support was essential in the creation of this Center and plays an integral role in its ongoing development. The Civitan Center has recently compiled an updated list of Online Resources of interest to child care professionals and parents. UAB Departments
This link includes a search engine to locate departments, research centers, and administrative components at UAB. Many of our faculty are associated with the UAB Department of Psychology Children's Trust Fund And Civitan Center collaboration web site. The Alabama Department of Human Resources The Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services site. Alabama Early Intervention System (AEIS) : This web site includes information about services available for eligible infants and toddlers and their families, the service delivery system, and personnel development opportunities.

122. John Taylor
Mathematical modelling in neurobiology, Neural computation and neural bases of behaviour, High energy physics and superstrings, quantum field theory and quantum gravity.
Prof John Taylor
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Director of the CNN
President of the International Neural Network Society
European Editor in Chief of 'Neural Networks'
Dept: Mathematics
Tel: 2214
Mathematical modelling in neurobiology
Neural computation and neural bases of behaviour
High energy physics and superstrings, quantum field theory and quantum gravity.
Current Research
Neural modelling of higher order cognitive processes including consciousness and mulitmodular nets for action, emotion and early procesing. Mathematical analyses of single and coupled modules, including recurrence and learning dynamics (including NO). Artificial neural networks in classification and time series analysis with applications in speech recognition, ATR and the financial markets. The pRAM hardware chip its analysis and applications in signal processing both in classification and function approximation.
A Brief Description of the ACTION Network
Publications on the ACTION Network
Publications on Consciousness ...
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123. Wellcome Laboratory Of Neurobiology
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124. HHMI's Ask A Scientist
A dynamic resource for science students providing an online email form for submitting questions for a wide range of biological disciplines including human genetics, neurobiology, molecular biology, biological structure, and immunology.

125. Neurobiology Of Birdsong
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126. Laboratory Of Claudia Schmauss, M.D.
The Laboratory at Columbia University performs neurobiology research on dopamine receptors.
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127. ZOL 402 Fall 2003
ZOOLOGY 402 • neurobiology • FALL 2003 Tuesday and Thursday, 1020 1140 am • Old Horticulture room 206. Professor Heather Eisthen, TA Julie Ziobro.

Professor: Heather Eisthen TA: Julie Ziobro Office: 342A Natural Sciences Building Office: 342 Natural Sciences Building Phone / Voicemail: 353-1953 Phone: 432-2614 Email: Email: Office hours: Tuesdays 2-3 pm and by appt. Office Hours: Tuesdays 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Course Goals Readings Exams and Grading ... New York Times articles Schedule of Events Date Topic Chapter and pages Aug 26 Introduction to the course 1, all 1. CELL BIOLOGY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Aug 28 Cell and molecular biology of the nervous system 2, pp. 17-42 Sept 2 Structure of the nervous system 3, pp. 51-80
Sept 4 Neuronal membrane and equilibrium potential 4, all
Sept 9 Action potentials 5, all Sept 11 Synaptic transmission 6, all Sept 16 Neurotransmitter release 7, pp. 157-64 and 170-80 Sept 18 Integration of synaptic action 8, pp. 185-97 Sept 23 Catch-up and review Sept 25 FIRST EXAM 2. SENSORY AND MOTOR SYSTEMS

128. Computation And Neural Systems
Interdisciplinary graduate program at the interface between neurobiology, electrical engineering, computer science, and physics. Site includes details on program research, news, admissions.
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129. The Scientist :: The Neurobiology Of Rehabilitation, Jun. 30, 2003
The neurobiology of Rehabilitation. Although treatments are still limited, those in development are more neurobiologybased than the remedies of times past.
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By Ricki Lewis
Courtesy of Eric D. Laywell  SPHERES OF PROMISE These neurospheres, clusters of cells in culture derived from the CNS of mice, are stained with antibodies against a neuronal protein (red), and a astrocyte protein (green). They have a nuclear counterstain (blue).
The brain and spinal cord were once considered mitotic dead ends, a division of neurons dwindling with toddlerhood, with memory and learning the consequence of synaptic plasticity, not new neurons. But the discovery of neural stem cells (NSCs) in the human adult central nervous system (CNS) has raised the possibility of reawakening neurogenesis in the adult to treat neurodegenerative diseases, such as Parkinson, Alzheimer, and Huntington diseases, and spinal cord injuries. "Does the human CNS self-repair? Of course it does! We live 90 years. It is unreasonable to think that there is no turnover, like in every other organ," says Fred Gage, of Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, Calif., who led the team that discovered neural stem cells in the human brain in 1998. "Can we turn endogenous cells into neurons in a disease setting? Can we activate our own systems? We are beginning to unravel cell fates and choices, to distinguish intrinsic properties of cells versus local environment cues. For cells, it is not who you are, but where you are, that counts." DIRECTING CNS REPAIR Disproving the "no new neurons" paradigm that had dominated neurobiology for years has inspired a wave of research that has yet to crest, with clinical applications palpable. Gage sums up the new view of human neurogenesis: "Dividing cells in the spinal cord and outside the hippocampus give rise to glia only. In vitro, they give rise to all lineages. When exposed to a permissive environment, they become neurons as well. This suggests that there are reserves of stem cells throughout the CNS, with equal potentials, whose fates depend on local environments. There must be something different about the regions where neurogenesis occurs."

Research Forum and Resources for the neurobiology of Addiction hosted by The Wheeler Center at the University of California, San Francisco. Online discussions and learning tools that help in understanding the neuroscience behind addiction and the brain mediation of reward.

131. Anatomy And Neurobiology
The Department of Anatomy and neurobiology at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis. . . Research, . Classes, . Schedule. . Students. .
Welcome to the Anatomy and Neurobiology Department page at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center, Memphis. Research Classes Schedule Students ... Email Contact This page has been viewed 21104 times since last reset. Webmaster

132. Division Of Biology
Research includes cellular and developmental biology, genetics, neurobiology.

133. Molecular Neurobiology At The University Of Louisville
Department of Anatomical Sciences and neurobiology University of Louisville, School of Medicine 500 South Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40292 502852-4880 fax
Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology
University of Louisville, School of Medicine
500 South Preston Street, Louisville, KY 40292
502-852-4880 fax: 502-852-1475 Last update: 3/9/00

134. G.M. Hughes, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D.(Cantab.) Emeritus Professor Of Zoology, Bristol
Biography and publications of Professor Emeritus of Zoology, Bristol University. Interests include invertebrate neurobiology and locomotion, fish respiration and morphometry.
George Morgan Hughes, born son of James Williams Hughes and Edith May Hughes
married 1954, Jean Rosemary, daughter of Rowland Wynne Frazier and Jessie Frazier
two sons John Morgan Hughes, b 1956 ; Richard David Morgan Hughes, b 1965
one daughter Deborah Rosemary Frazier Hughes, b 1960 Academic: Liverpool Collegiate School
  • Frank Smart Prize, 1946
Cambridge University University of Bristol Research Fellow, California Institute of Technology, 1958-59 Visiting Lecturer in Physiology, State University of New York, at Buffalo, 1964 Visiting Professor
  • Duke University, 1969 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Kochi, Kyoto, Kyushu and Hokkaido Universities, 1974 University of Regensburg, 1977 University of Bhagalpur, 1979 Bretagne Occidentale, 1979 Kuwait, 1983 Nairobi, 1985
Invited Professor, National Institute of Physiological Sciences, Okazaki, 1980 Publications:
  • Comparative Physiology of Vertebrate Respiration, 1963 (jointly) Physiology of Mammals and other Vertebrates, 1965 (jointly) Air-breathing Fishes of India, 1992 (editor) several symposium volumes; papers in

135. Art1v3i2
TRAUMATOLOGYe, 41, Article 2, 1998, http// SPECULATIONS ON THE neurobiology OF EMDR. SPECULATIONS ON THE neurobiology OF EMDR.
TRAUMATOLOGYe, 4:1, Article 2, 1998,
Uri Bergmann, L.C.S.W., B.C.D.
This discussion explores current neurobiological findings in the areas of the limbic system, REM-sleep and psychological trauma. The formation and consolidation of memory and emotion are discussed. Research regarding the mediating anatomy and physiology of REM-sleep is explicated, particularly the function of REM-sleep in memory processing. The pathways of trauma are outlined. Speculations are then offered, based on these findings, as to the underlying mechanisms of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Presented at Harvard University-Cambridge Hospital, at an all-day Symposium on EMDR. Moderated by Judith Lewis Herman, M.D. October 18, 1996 Correspondence concerning this paper should be addressed to the author via email at t, or 77 Grassy Pond Drive, Smithtown, New York 11787, USA
The speculations considered in this paper are submitted to stimulate further discussion and research about the underlying mechanisms of EMDR. These speculations are derived from recent empirical findings in the areas of the limbic system, the neurobiology of trauma and of REM-sleep. This discussion explores the possibility that EMDR processing gradually enables the capacity of higher, cortical, brain functions to override the input from the limbic structures, thereby facilitating limbic downregulation, reduced kindling and, consequently, an enhanced integration of thalamic, amygadaloid, hippocampal and cortical functioning. This appears to correct hemispheric laterality and allows the brain to maintain balanced inter- hemispheric functioning on its own.

136. ScienceDirect - Biochemical And Biophysical Research Communications - List Of Is
Weekly journal published by Academic Press. Research areas covered include biochemistry, biophysics, cell biology, immunology, neurobiology, proteomics, and plant biology.
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137. The Section Of Neurobiology
The Section of neurobiology at the University of Texas in Austin

138. Wadsworth's Wonderful Worms
neurobiology and extracellular matrix studies in Caenorhabditis elegans. Site includes selfscoring quizzes, worm cartoons and animations, from Department of Pathology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Jersey.

139. Molecular Neurobiology - Humana Press
Journals Home, , Journal Catalog, , Journal Search, , Journal Collections, , Free Online Journals, , FAQ, , Journal Prices. Molecular neurobiology.

140. CSBN: Center For Studies In Behavioral Neurobiology
The Center for Studies in Behavioral neurobiology (CSBN) brings together researchers interested in the fundamental brain mechanisms underlying motivation and

Programs Faculty Event Calendar ... More Info About CSBN The Center for Studies in Behavioral Neurobiology (CSBN) brings together researchers interested in the fundamental brain mechanisms underlying motivation and learning.
Founded in 1983 by four faculty members at Concordia University, CSBN has grown into an inter-university research center comprising ten core laboratories: eight at Concordia University (Department of Psychology ), one at McGill University ( Douglas Hospital (Centre de recherche Fernand-Seguin ). Together these teams include over 100 investigators, from regular faculty to research associates, postdoctoral fellows, visiting scientists, and students at the Ph.D., Master, and undergraduate level. The quality of research and training at CSBN has achieved international recognition and has attracted ongoing collaboration with other institutes around the world.
In seeking to understand the links between brain and behavior, CSBN embraces a multidisciplinary approach that combines traditional behavioral techniques with neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, pharmacology, endocrinology, molecular biology, electrophysiology, and functional brain imaging. Research areas include drug and alcohol dependence, feeding and drinking, reproductive behavior, stress, circadian rhythms, associative learning, instrumental learning, and memory.
CSBN welcomes those with training in any aspect of brain or behavioral science who are interested in pursuing specialized research in such areas.

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