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Neuroanatomy Video Lab: Brain Dissections

This series of Neuroanatomy lessons has two principal objectives. The first is to provide viewers access to human brain specimens, something lacking in many places. The second is to simplify the anatomy, omitting many details, and making many generalizations. The reason for this is to keep the focus on localization of a patient's disease within the nervous system. Students are often overwhelmed with excessive detail making correlation of structure and function more difficult. The presentation sequence is in a logical order for a class, but each video is designed to standalone and be used just-in-time to make a clinical point. (read more)

Faculty: Suzanne Stenssas, PhD

Histology Video Review

Revised 2013

Faculty: John F. Ash, PhD

The Big Picture Histology

Published 2012, 1st Edition
Lange, McGraw Hill

Faculty: John F. Ash, PhD; David A. Morton, PhD; Sheryl A. Scott, PhD

Anatomy One

David Morton, Editor and Author
Published 2012

Faculty: David A. Morton, PhD

Anatomy Flash Cards

Published 2012
1st Edition
Lange, McGraw Hill

Faculty: David A. Morton, PhD; Kurt H. Albertine, PhD

NeuroLogic Exam: An Anatomical Approach

Pediatric NeuroLogic Exam

This "Clinical Dissection of the Nervous System: An Internet Accessible Tutorial" for Medical Neuroscience is authored by the University of Nebraska Medical Center (Paul D. Larsen, MD) and the University of Utah School of Medicine (Suzanne S. Stensaas, PhD), with some section movies contributed by the Fundación Stern, Buenos Aires, Argentina (Alejandro Stern).

Faculty: Suzanne S. Stensaas, PhD

The Big Picture Gross Anatomy

Published 2011, 1st Edition
Lange, McGraw Hill

Faculty: David A. Morton, PhD; Kurt H. Albertine, PhD; K. Bo Foreman, P.T., Ph.D.

Anatomy & Physiology

Published 2011
7th Edition
Morton Publishing

Faculty: David A. Morton, PhD


Revised 2010

HyperBrain is an online tutorial for human neuroanatomy. It is designed as a supplement to textbook and class learning or as a lab substitute when human specimens, slides and models are not available. HyperBrain includes thousand of images and hundreds of linked illustrated glossary terms, as well as movies, quizzes and interactive animations.

Faculty: Suzanne S. Stensaas, PhD; Stephen C. Voron, MD

Human Embryology

Lead Author
Published 2009, 4th Edition
(5th Edition in Press for 2014)
Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier

Faculty: Gary C. Schoenwolf, PhD

Gray’s Human Anatomy

Published 2007, 2nd Edition
Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier

Faculty: David A. Morton, PhD; Kerry D. Peterson, LFP; Kurt H. Albertine, PhD