Behavioral Neuroscience Online Resources
The OPS is a professional association of Ohio physiologists. Its goals is to advance the field of physiology as a coordinated discipline involving molecular, cellular, and organ system levels of organization in both basic and applied areas.
Wright State University is a proud member of the LEADER Consortium--a group designed to instruct individuals in the pedagogy and application of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is part of the United States Department of Health and Human Services and and is primarily responsible for biomedical and health-related research. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) provides wealth of information on drug use and abuse. There are resources for teachers and parents as well as links to special topic web sites. The NIDA "InfoFacts" sheets provide brief useful overviews of certain drugs, while the "Research Reports" provide more detailed, in depth information.
The MPA is one of the largest psychological associations in the world. Members hold positions in universities, colleges, hospitals, clinics, school systems, business and industry, government and private practice. Other APA divisions of possible interest include: Division 3: Experimental Psychology, Division 28: Psychopharmacology & Substance Abuse, Division 33: Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Division 40: Clinical Neuropsychology, Division 50: Society of Addition Psychology, Division 56: Trauma Psychology.
The Center for Genomics Research is (CGR) is a research center of excellence of Boonshoft School of Medicine and the College of Science and Mathematics at Wright State Univeristy. CGR's primary mission is to provide support and core facilities for Wright State research faculty engaged in basic and clinical research in the areas of gene expression, flow cytometry, and gentotyping. The center strives to cultivate collaborations between basic and clinical researchers at Wright State through training of personnel, collaborative projects undertaken at CGR and joint grant submissions involving researchers and CGR members.
Microscopy Core Facilities (MCF) is a center at Wright State University that offers equipment support in imaging and analysis. The center is open to research-engaged faculty.
Designated as an Ohio Center of Excellence, the Wright State University & Premier Health Partners Neuroscience Institute represents a groundbreaking public-private partnership that unites the Dayton region's most advanced biomedical research institution with the clinical resources of its largest hospital system. Together, the neuroscientists of the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine and the clinical neurologists of Premier Health Partners will:
- Collaborate to conduct cutting-edge grant-funded research and clinical trials
- Enhance care quality and access in an area of critical need for a growing patient population
- Strengthen the economy and reputation of the region by earning international recognition as a center of excellence in neuroscience
Miami Valley Hospitalís (MVH) Neuroscience Program provides innovative diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the nervous system - specifically the brain, head and spinal cord.
This site is Eric H. Chudler's personal website. Dr.Chudler is a renowned research neuroscientist whose research interests include how the brain processes information about pain and nociception.
The Dana Foundation is a private philanthropic organization based in New York dedicated to the support of grants and outreach in science, health, and education, particularly in the neuroscience areas.
The Lundbeck Institute presents research on brain disorders. Check out "Brain Explorer" for a graphical and educational presentation of the brain and the disorders affecting it.
This is a user's guide to the brain and its disorders.
The site shows a fun animation video featuring addicted rodents.