Neuroanatomy @ Pub - NAP talks
If you have an interest in Neuroanatomy and would like to talk about the brain while drinking a pint of beer (or cider) you may want to attend our NAP (Neuroanatomy @ Pub) meetings.
This is a two weekly informal gathering where we chat about neuroanatomy in relation to the newly published nomenclature by the Federative International Programme for Anatomical Terminology (FIPAT) (http://www.ifaa.net/index.php/fipat)
We use our 3D printed brain models to study inter individual variability and comparative anatomy going through all the surface and sectional anatomy one by one. The first NAP was dedicated to the anteriormost sulcus of the brain: the frontomarginal sulcus - it's anatomical definition, historic description and variability.