Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience
Nodes of term G.03. Staining, Tracing, and Microscopy Techniques
A self-study tutorial using the Allen Brain Explorer and Brain Atlas to teach concepts of mammalian neuroanatomy and brain function.
Allen Brain Atlas
Animated Tutorials: Neurobiology/Biopsychology
Array Tomography Movies
Colours of the Brainbow
Every cell counts: An inquiry-based approach to address a novel research question in an undergraduate neuroscience lab.
Intracellular Fluorescent Imaging
MIT OpenCourseWare Brightening up Life: Harnessing the Power of Fluorescence Imaging to Observe Biology in Action
MIT OpenCourseWare Experimental Molecular Neurobiology
Morphological Identification of Neurons
Novel insilico method for teaching cytoarchitecture, cellular diversity, and gene expression in the mammalian brain.
Optical studies of individual synapses
Synaptotropic Dendrite Growth
Two photon laser scan imaging of a cerebellar purkinje neuron
Two photon laser scan imaging of dendritic spine activity
Untangling the brain
Visualizing Biological Structure using Electron Microscopy: from Molecules to Cells
Watching neurons grow
Members = 398
Pre-Faculty = 15
Organizational Sponsors = 6
Contributing Sponsors = 3
Undergraduate Institutional Sponsors = 21
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Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship in Molecular Neurobiology: Teaching and Research
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