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Neuroscience: Recommended Resources

The VT Neuroscience program focuses on advances in genetic, cellular, molecular, cognitive and systems Neuroscience.

Courses offered at Virginia Tech

Welcome to the Neuroscience Subject Guide! 

This is Ginny Pannabecker, your Neuroscience liaison librarian (see my photo and contact info below). Contact me anytime with questions, or to set up a project consultation - for yourself individually, or for groups (vpannabe@vt.edu / 540-231-7980). Below are recommended resources to get started on Neuroscience research.

Tip 1: For library services check out the VT Libraries home page and 'Info For...' (Undergraduates, Graduates, etc.)

Tip 2: Learn about Off Campus Access Options to Research Databases, Articles, and more

Tip 3: See the Searching Strategies page on this guide for tips and tricks to get best results in library research databases

NEUR 1004: See this YouTube Video Tutorial on searching PubMed to find the info to graph the number of publications per year for a research topic. **Not shown in the video: also include the total number of results you found for your assigned topic as directed in your Canvas Course assignment.

Eyewire: A Game to Map the Brain

Topic Overviews

Scholarly Research Databases

APA Citation Resources

Life Science and Scholarly Communication Librarian

Ginny Pannabecker
Contact:
vpannabe@vt.edu
Newman Library, Room 4062
540-231-7980

Office Hours are Flexible:
Contact me to arrange an appointment at: vpannabe@vt.edu

Subjects: Biology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering, Human Nutrition Food & Exercise, Medicine, Neuroscience, Population Health Sciences (Public Health), Psychology, Systems Biology
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