Duke University Department of Neurobiology, Duke University, neurobiology, department of neurobiology, George Augustine, Nell Cant, Dona Chikaraishi, Michael Ehlers, Guoping Feng, David Fitzpatrick, William Hall, Erich Jarvis, Lawrence Katz, Donald Lo, James McNamara, Richard Mooney, John Moore, Miguel Nicolelis, Michael Platt, Dale Purves, Peter Reinhart, Sidney Simon, Pate Skene, Mark Williams, neuroscience
Duke University Department of Neurobiology
Sylvius brain atlas, neuroanatomical reference, neuroanatomical atlas interactive CD-ROM and web sites - ideal for medical education, medical education technology, and patient education
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Sylvius brain atlas creators are S. Mark Williams, Leonard E. White, and Andrew C. Mace
Sylvius brain atlases are currently used in patient education, undergraduate, graduate, and medical school neuroscience and neuroanatomy education, and by medical professionals worldwide
Pyramis Studios is based on Durham, North Carolina. Primary personnel are S. Mark Williams, Andrew Mace, and Nate O'Keefe. Pyramis Studios offers services in biomedical illustration, biomedical media, biomedical interactive design, biomedical web development and web design, patient education, biomedical animation. Pyramis Studios, located in Durham, North Carolina, creates the Sylvius brain atlas and brain glossary, used in medical education, professional neuroanatomy reference, and patient education.
Pyramis Studios offers services in biomedical illustration, biomedical media, biomedical interactive design, biomedical web
development and web design, patient education, biomedical animation.