This page contains links to brain mapping resources intended to assist interested anaesthetists in their knowledge of the brain.
See the below links for online brain mapping and image atlas resources for reference and analysis.
Launched in 2014, Brain/MINDS is Japan’s Brain Mapping Project.
The Brain/MINDS Data Portal has been launched for sharing the data and knowledge being produced in the Brain/MINDS project. The portal aims to provide integrated knowledge for public use and original data for open research and collaboration.
Click here to visit the Brain/MINDS Data Portal.
Click here to find out more about the Brain/MINDS Brain Mapping Project.
The Allen Institute for Brain Science uses a unique approach to generate data, tools and knowledge for researchers to explore the biological complexity of the mammalian brain. This portal provides access to high quality data and web-based applications created for the benefit of the global research community.
Click here to explore the Allen Brain Map website.
The Human Brain Project uses a new generation of three-dimensional (3-D) reference atlases as tools for analysing and integrating research data.
The human atlases and one of the rodent atlases (WHS rat brain atlas) are developed and maintained by HBP. The mouse atlas is provided by the Allen Institute.
All atlases are embedded in HBP workflows for data registration, visualisation, and analysis.
Click here to visit the Human Brain Project website to view the different brain atlases.
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