Cell Biology

Energy and Metabolism (Part 1)

Energy and Metabolism (Part 2)

Classical Genetics

Molecular Genetics (Basic)

Molecular Genetics (Advanced)

Immunology and Homeostasis

Chemical and Neural Signaling

Animal Reproduction and Development

Plant Biology



Neuroscience - The Human Brain

The human brain weighs a mere three pounds and looks like a gray walnut, yet it is the most complex structre in our world and the body's most vital organ. It encases some 100 billion or more nerve cells, and is capable of sending signals to thousands of other cells at speeds of more than 200 miles an hour. It deines who we are, yet is influenced by what we do. It holds the secrets to conditions that have perplexed mankind for centuries.



Research Tools

How to Browse Hammack's Brain Books

How to Power Search Hammack's Brain Books

EBSCO Research Guide (part 1)

EBSCO Research Guide (part 2)

eBooks (140,000- all for free!)



Web Resources (Very Random)

Neuroscience Web Resources

Neuroscience Tutorial (Columbia University)

Excellent Neuroscience Site

Brain Science Podcast

Science American Mind Blogs

Human Connectome Project

Brain U

Royal Institute Christmas Lectures on the Brain

Charlie Rose Brain Series (interviews with top neuroscientists)

Brain on Money

Genes2Cognition (Awesome Website!)

National Institutes of Mental Health

Allen Institute for Brain Science

Comparative Mammalian Brain Collection

Secret Life of the Brain

Brain Anatomy

Neuroscience articles, podcasts, books, etc.

The Nervous System Anatomy (Get Body Smart)

All The Mind (BBC)

Mapping Memory (National Geographic)

How to Improve Memory

Jill Bolton, author of "My Stroke of Insight: A Brain Scientist's Personal Journey," TED Talk

Neuroscience TED Talks

Best Neuroscience Blogs

Scientific American: Mind

Waking Up To Sleep

Society for Neuroscience

Society of Biological Psychiatry

American Institute of Stress