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David Redish dredish at cs.cmu.edu
Thu Apr 25 20:00:02 EST 1996

In article <67XNKJJ4UJB at wistar.ruhr.de>,
Stephan Blaschke <stephan at wistar.ruhr.de> wrote:
>Dear colleagues,
>I am working as an intern in a department of neurology in Germany. We plan  
>to get an Internet connection in our hospital, so I was asked to give an  
>overview on the use of Internet with practical demonstration (I will be  
>using my home account for this). My question is: Do you know any web sites  
>of special interest for neurologists and/or neuroscientists (one of our  
>research topics is Clinical Electrophysiology - Evoked Potentials).
>I look forward to your suggestions!
>Sorry for crossposting, but I don't know in which newsgroup I would find  
>the most neurologists / neuroscientist; as bionet.* is not one of the big  
>7, I am not sure, how fare it is propagated.
>Stephan Blaschke <stephan at wistar.ruhr.de> D-45888 Gelsenkirchen (Germany)

A good place to start from is the Cog-Neuro Sites on the Internet:


It should be a (fairly complete) index of neuroscience sites
available on the internet.  If you are looking for more specific
indices, try the index sub-page.

Hope you find what you're looking for.


PS. If you find sites that are not on, but should be, 
please forward them to me.

maintainer, CNBC website:
maintainer, Cog-Neuro Sites on the Internet, courtesy CNBC:
maintainer, NIPS*96 website:
David Redish		Computer Science Department CMU
graduate student	Neural Processes in Cognition Training Program
			Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (CNBC)

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