Good MRI atlas. Maybe a bit technical for non-medical people but gives an idea of what we look at all the time as neurologists.
Robert Winer, M.D.
Harvard's Brain Atlas
Brain at it's best
talks about the brain but how many of us are have done our share of fun, now let's see how our fun parting caught up to us.. sure is fun in past, present/and future.
Couldn't pass up bookmarking another brain atlas!
I'll be the best prepared shamblor in my 'hood when the zombie apocalypse begins. Muahahahaha!
Great reference re the brain (I just wish I had one to be mapped)
yeah, I've got a brain thing.
Tagging an interest in Neuroscience brings up quite a few sites along the lines of this one, but this is really good - easy to navigate, plenty of images, lots of well defined content. Using Firefox 1.5 I had a few problems with the Java applets, but the main site works well. One for the bookmark list.
the advantage to this atlas is that they have disease and aging-based images as well as normal brain atlases.
cool if fMRI / MRIs are your thing, well donw
Great quick-check for professionals too.
pretty comprehensive for a website, wow
Brain scans - health and disease.
Charlie likes...Main Brain Domain.
good addition to any textbook on pathologies affecting the brain