Neuroscience

The scientific study of the nervous system is entering a new golden age. Researchers and clinicians continue to advance the treatment of conditions such as Alzheimer’s syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury. Public initiatives like the federal Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) program in the United States, announced in April 2013, ensure that funding and resources will continue to be applied to this rapidly growing field. Elsevier’s journals, books, eBooks, online references, and tools are respected around the world for everything from physiology and pathology to behavioral genetics and nerve repair. Our publications are a gateway to the latest advancements in neuroscience research and leading-edge data for professionals, students, and academics alike.

Neuroscience

Brain Mapping; An Encyclopedic Reference, Four-Volume Set

This exciting new text provides an in-depth and comprehensive overview of  neuroimaging concepts with applications across the neurosciences... Read more

Neuroscience

Explore the World of Elsevier’s Atlas and Neuroanatomy Collection

At some point in your career, you may have had to use an atlas, perhaps The Rat Brain... Read more

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Can Your Brain Be ‘Full’?

The brain is truly a marvel. A seemingly endless library, whose shelves house our most precious memories as... Read more

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Studying Down syndrome might help us understand Alzheimer’s disease better

This article was originally published in The Conversation under a Creative Commons Attribution NoDerivatives license. Read the original... Read more

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Our Favorite Brain Mapping Images of May

Image from Sulci as Landmarks article Abstract for Sulci as Landmarks article When spatially normalizing images of the... Read more

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Link between proteins points to possibilities for future Alzheimer’s treatments

Researchers have identified how proteins that play a key role in Alzheimer’s disease are linked in a pathway... Read more

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Are Amyloid and the Neuron Innocent Accomplices in Alzheimer’s Disease?

Since Alzheimer’s disease was first identified as a neurological disorder, one far worse than simple dementia, prevailing wisdom... Read more

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Brain Tumor-Related Epilepsy

Despite the fact that between 30 to 70% of people with brain tumors develop epilepsy, brain tumor-related epilepsy... Read more

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