History of Neuroscience
The University of Oxford has a long and illustrious history of neuroscience research dating back to the seventeenth century. Today we are keen to promote an understanding of the history of neuroscience and to preserve our heritage for future generations.
We are proud to be involved in these exciting projects
Following celebrations to mark the quatercentenary of pioneering neuroanatomist Thomas Willis's birthday, you can now visit a new comprehensive Willis resource page on the DPAG website, with all the videos from Professor Zoltán Molnár & much more!
Funded by the Wellcome Trust and the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies this project, led by Damion Young, Jon Mason and Zoltan Molnar in the Department of Physiology Anatomy and Genetics, aims to preserve and bring to life the History of Medical Sciences through seminars, slides, objects and images.
The Nuffield Department of Anaesthesia Online Museum
The departmental museum was collected by Richard "Dicky" Salt over many years, from a wide variety of sources in the UK and abroad.
Federation of European Neuroscience Societies
British Neuroscience Association