Human Brain Mapping

Cover image for Vol. 38 Issue 9

Edited By: Peter T. Fox, Jack L. Lancaster, and Gary Egan

Impact Factor: 4.53

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 2/14 (Neuroimaging); 12/126 (Radiology Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging); 57/258 (Neurosciences)

Online ISSN: 1097-0193

Other Resources


  • The Organization for Human Brain Mapping provides an educational forum for the exchange of up-to-the-minute and ground breaking research across modalities exploring Human Brain Mapping. This it does through a growing membership and an annual conference, held in differing locations throughout the world.
  • The Human Brain Project is a broad-based initiative which supports research and development of advanced technologies, and infrastructure support, through cooperative efforts among neuroscientists and information scientists (computer scientists, engineers, physicists, and mathematicians). The goal is to produce new digital capabilities providing a World Wide Web (WWW) based information management system in the form of interoperable databases, and associated data management tools.
  • The Human Brain Mapping Database is a hybrid of an online database and e-journal of published functional neuroimaging experiments with coordinate-based activation locations. The goal of BrainMap is to provide a vehicle to share methods and results of brain functional imaging studies. It is a tool to rapidly retrieve and understand studies in specific research domains, such as language, memory, attention, reasoning, emotion, and perception, and to perform meta-analyses of like studies.
  • The Neuropsychology Central is meta-source devoted exclusively to the subject of Human Neuropsychology, and is a resource for the professional and layperson.
  • Visit the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies site for information about biannual Forum Meetings and the FENS Winter and Summer Schools.
  • Wiley's Anatomy Web provides a research and educational resource gateway for anatomists--including cell and developmental biologists, neuroscientists, evolutionary biologists, and those in other anatomic and morphologic disciplines.

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