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Neuroscience at University of Florida: Home

Resources and tools used in neuroscience research at University of Florida

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Neuroscience at UF: Centers and institutes devoted to neuroscience research, graduate programs and a list of the latest publications on neuroscience at UF.

Journals: A curated list of neuroscience-related journals accesible at UF.

Protocols: Current Protocols Series, Protocols in print, and other useful online protocols.

Societies/Organizations: Main national/ international societies on neuroscience, as well as some relevant intitutions and organizations working on neuroscience.

Databases and Tools: Main databases. Specific databases  and other neuroscience-related tools.

Tutorials: Some of the free tutorial on neuroscience tools available online.

 

Quick Links

Guide on Bioinformatics: Contains bioinformatics resources and tools available at UF and beyond, including Health Science Center Library support

Guide on Genetics: Includes resources and tools on genetics available at UF including library support for genetics

Guide on Genomics: This guide contains links to resources that will help with your genomics-related research

Guide on Proteomics: A compendium of useful resources and tools for research on proteomics at UF

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Neuroscience and Neuroinformatics

According to the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), neuroscience is "is the study of the nervous system - including the brain, the spinal cord, and networks of sensory nerve cells, or neurons, throughout the body." IThis guide contains links to resources and tools that will help with your neuroscience-related research. Please contact us if you have questions, comments, or if there is any resource you would like to add to this libguide.

On the other hand, neuroinformatics is the integration of information "across all levels of neuroscience - from genes to behavior - to help understand the brain and treat disease. It encompasses the tools and techniques for data acquisition, sharing, publishing, storage, analysis, visualization, modeling and simulation" (INCF

Additional resources and tools can be found at the Bioinformatics,  Genetics, Genomics, and Proteomics

NIH Public Access Policy Compliance

The NIH Public Access Policy

  • Peer-reviewed manuscripts must be submitted to PubMed Central when accepted for publication
  • Accessible to the public by 12 months after publication
  • Includes articles accepted for publication after April 7, 2008
  • Resulting from grants active after October 2007
  • Starting July 1st, 2013, the NIH will hold processing of non-competing continuation awards if publications arising from grant awards are not in compliance with the Public Access Policy.

Email or call (352-273-8440) your liaison librarian Rolando Milian for help/questions on how to be in compliance.

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