domain name neurobiology.info is available for lease to a neurobiology research-related
or information organisation that will host the web
site on ammonet web servers. We are also interested in designing the web
site but this is not essential. Dr J Benson, director of ammonet
published research papers in this field over the past 30 years, and will
be happy to provide design proposals.
Hosting details available at www.ammonet.com.
|This domain is suitable for any or all of the following topics related to
* Molecular and cellular neurobiology, which integrate neurobiology with neurochemistry with the goal of understanding the cellular and chemical mechanisms of normal and abnormal brain function.
* Developmental neurobiology, which studies how the ectodermally-derived central nervous system and mesodermally-derived peripheral nervous system develops into adulthood. Developmental neurobiology uses many different animal models, including the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, zebrafish Danio rerio, Xenopus laevis tadpoles, and the worm Caenorhabditis elegans.
* Cognitive neurobiology, which aims to understand the mechanisms that underlie "higher level" brain functions, usually in humans. These include language, learning and memory, attention, and emotion.
* Computational and systems neurobiology, which seek to understand how information is processed by the nervous sytem. The methods of research combine mathematical and computational models with physiological recordings of single cells, neuronal clusters, and entire brain systems.
* Sensory Neurobiology, which attempts to understand how sensory areas of the brain represent information from the outside world.
* Neurology, which is the branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system.
* Neurobiology of disease: This field, directly aligned with medical research, is interested in understanding diseases associated with the nervous system.
* Behavioural Neurobiology
* Computational neurobiology
* Evolutionary neurobiology
* Neural engineering
* Neurotheology (also Biotheology)
* Psychobiology (also Biopsychology, also Biological psychology)