.: History of European Neuroscience
History of Neuroscience at the FENS Forum 2012 in Barcelona
- Payam Rezaie from UK, Milton Keynes and Uwe-Karsten Hanisch from Germany, Göttingen: Isaac Costero and the in vitro cultivation of human microglia
- Lucio Tremolizzo and Michele Augusto Riva from Italy, Milan: Timelines in Neuroscience and Neurology
- Zoltán Molnár and Damion Young from UK, Oxford and Richard Brown from Halifax, Canada: 3-Dimensional Images of Physiological Apparatus and Models with Historic Interest
- Fernando de Castro (Toledo, Spain), Miguel Merchán (Salamanca, Spain), Javier De Felipe (Madrid, Spain) and Guglielmo Foffani, Antonio Oliviero (Toledo Spain): Cajal and De Castro now open to the world
- Paolo Mazzarello from Italy, Pavia: Golgi revealed
- David Price from UK, Edinburgh: The rise and fall of phrenology in Scotland
- Jean-Gaël Barbara from France, Paris: Translation of the CHN website Club Histoire des Neurosciences of the French neuroscience society
- Nicholas Wade from UK, Dundee, Marco Piccolino from Italy, Ferrara and Adrian Simmons from UK, Wormit : Portraits of European Neuroscientists
- Zoltán Molnár and Damion Young from UK, Oxford: Neuroanatomical Histology – A historical repository at the University of Oxford
- Tamas Freund from Hungary, Budapest: János Szentágothai and his legacy for neuroscience in Hungary and worldwide
- Lorenzo Lorusso from Italy, Chiari & Marjorie Lorch from UK, London: Neuroscience by Caricature
Awarded Projects - FENS History Funds
Online Projects Funded by FENS History Grants
Here we provide links to other major web-sites focused on history of Neuroscience
The homepage of The International Society for the History of Neuroscience provides a link to The History of Neuroscience Internet Forum http://www.bri.ucla.edu/nha/histneur.htm.
The International Brain Research Organization (IBRO) has got a History of Neuroscience Programme described as follows:
The mission of the History of Neuroscience Committee is to bring together and publicize relevant aspects of the history of the neuroscience in a concise and clear manner in IBRO’s History of Neuroscience series. In particular, the committee wishes to identify authors who might make interesting contributions to the web site and to encourage them to participate.
Its history of neuroscience page contains the following sections:
- Subject-based Contributions
- Distinguished Scientists Interviewed
- Histories of IBRO's Affiliated Organizations
- Links to History Sites
The following links to history sites are listed:
- Neuroscience for Kids
- NeuroPathology/Anatomy on the Internet
- International Society for the History of Neuroscience
- Phineas Gage Information Page
- Nobel Prizes in Neuroscience
- Today's Neuroscience, Tomorrow's History
- History of European Neuroscience
- History of Neuroscience Autobiographies
The Society for Neuroscience presents a History of Neuroscience subsection on its About Neuroscience piece http://www.sfn.org/index.aspx?pagename=HistoryofNeuroscience_main. It contains a rich open material, as well as links to valuable sites with historical material.:
SfN maintains this historical material as a resource for neuroscientists and the public. While not comprehensive, the documents chronicle the struggles and accomplishments of a still-young field and highlight major achievements and advances. Most of all, this information conveys the rigor and passion with which neuroscientists pursue scientific discovery.
- Autobiographical Chapters - A six-volume book series detailing the lives and discoveries of eminent senior neuroscientists. Available for download (PDFs).
- Autobiographical Videos - Archival interviews with distinguished senior neuroscientists.
- Classic Papers - A sample of high impact classic papers addressing a range of neuroscience topics. Available for download (PDFs).
- History Resources - A list of neuroscience history resources beyond SfN.
- SfN Presidents - View a list of SfN presidents, photos and years of service included.
- Download Robert W. Doty's chapter on neuroscience (PDF, 2.4 MB) from The History of the APS: The First Century, 1887-1987.*
The homepage of Club Officiel de la Société des Neurosciences Française contains : Articles en ligne with links to a large number of neurohistorical papers in French and/or English as well as Histoire des neurosciences françaises with links, and/or presentations of famous French neuroscientists, and French institutes of neuroscience in French and/or English.
The History of Neuroscience in Newcastle provides the history of neuroscience at Newcastle presented chronologically in 3 phases of time.
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