New neuroscience blogs

Some new neuroscience blogs that I’ve found while browsing, or that have found me via incoming links:

  • On the Brain – by Dr. Michael Merzenich, Francis Sooy Professor in the Keck Center for Integrative Neuroscience at the University of California, San Francisco.
  • Neurozone – “Musings on neuroscience, psychology, cognitive science, and philosophy of mind,” by “a semiconscious entity inhabiting San Francisco.”
  • The Neurospective – The author is in the middle of their final exams, so there’s very little content at the moment.
  • Brain Maps – “A guide to high resolution brain mapping.”
  • Brain Windows – “a blog devoted to reporting, analyzing and interpreting the latest results in the field of brain imaging technologies, particularly at the levels of systems, circuits, single cells and below,” by Andrew Hines, “who is nearing completion of his Ph.D. in Neurosciences at UCSD. His work focuses on development and use of genetically-encoded optical sensors of neurotransmitters.”

New non-neuroscience blogs:

  • Eye On DNA – a new genetics blog by Hsein-Hsein Lei, who previously wrote Genetics & Health.
  • The Situationist – the Harvard Project on Law and the Mind Sciences blog; contributors include Phillip Zimbardo.
  • Cat Cubed – an eclectic mix of art, neuroscience, psychology and web design.
  • Second Chance to Live – the author writes, from personal experience, about overcoming traumatic brain injury.
  • Neurotransmission – by Jason Thompson, who “considers the ongoing debate concerning the nature of mental disorder, based on the state-of-the-art in psychology, psychiatry and contemporary culture.”

And here are the blogs that I’ve added to my blogroll in recent weeks, just in case you hadn’t noticed.

Science writers:

  • Inky Circus – “Life in the girl nerd world,” as portrayed by science journalists Anna Gosline, Katie Law and Anne Casselman.
  • Sequitur – by Virgina Hughes, a New-York-based freelancer whose work appears in Discover, Seed and the Nature journals.
  • Cocktail Party Physics – by Jennifer Ouellette, author of The Physics of the Buffyverse.
  • The Intersection – by Chris Mooney, Seed’s Washington correspondent, and author of The Republican War on Science.

Other science/nature blogs:

  • Bioethics.net – a blog by the editors of the American Journal of Bioethics.
  • Burning Silo – by Bev, a photographer, artist and naturalist from Ontario, Canada.
  • Earth, Wind & Water – by Tai Haku, “an amateur naturalist and photographer on an island somewhere in the Caribbean.
  • The Daily Transcript – by Alex Palazzo, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Department of Cell Biology.
  • Madam Fathom – by a neuroscience Ph.D. student at the University of California, San Francisco.
  • Neurevolution – by Ph.D. students in the University of Pittsburgh’s neurscience program.
  • NeuroLogica – by Steven Novella, a neurologist at the Yale School of Medicine.
  • The Phineas Gage Fan Club – almost exlusively neuroscience content, by Jonah Carlin, a psychology undergraduate at the University of York.
  • Postgenomic – an aggregator that “collects posts from hundreds of science blogs and then does useful and interesting things with the data.”
  • Somewhereville – by Damian Allis, a “workaholic quantum chemist, computer geek, nanotechnologist, graphic artist, stargazer and jazz/rock drummer.”

2 thoughts on “New neuroscience blogs

  1. Thanks for turning me on to a few great new science blogs I hadn’t seen yet. I’ve also just recently started a blog, called “Orthomolecular Desserts,” focusing on behavioral medicine, neuroscience, and orthomolecular medicine. Hope you find it interesting đŸ™‚

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