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Neurology in the Medical Blogosphere



What is a blog?


A blog is a website with regular entries commonly organized in a reverse chronological order.



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The best neurology blogs


Neurophilosophy


  • Author: Mo Costandi
  • Description: Neurophilosophy is a weblog about molecules, mind and everything in between - from a developmental neurobiologist.
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Pure Pedantry


  • Author: "Jake Young is a MD/PhD student at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NYC getting a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience. He holds a BS and MS in Biological Sciences from Stanford University."
  • Description: "Pure Pedantry is a blog about science -- social sciences and otherwise -- as well as academic and scientific culture."
  • Quality: Member of Scienceblogs.com



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Neurotopia


  • Author: The "Evil Monkey" has a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from a southeastern U.S. university. "Scicurious" is a graduate student doing PhD in Physiology and Pharmacology at a southern institution. "NotoriousLTP" is an MD-PhD student in New York City.
  • Description: A blog about neurology and neuroscience.
  • Quality: Member of Scienceblogs.com



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Brain Waves





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Renegade Neurologist


  • Author: David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Fellow of the American College of Nutrition who received his M.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Medicine where he was awarded the Leonard G. Rowntree Research Award.
  • Description: A Blog by David Perlmutter, MD, FACN, ABIHM
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Neurodudes


  • Author: "Neurodudes is moderated by Neville Sanjana, Bayle Shanks, and Stephen Larson."
  • Description: "Neurodudes is intended to be an open forum at the intersection of neuroscience and ai. regular readers are encouraged to post appropriate material. just follow the directions below and get the discussion started!"
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Sharp Brains


  • Author: Editors and advisors are listed here.
  • Description: "SharpBrains.com, the firm's educational blog and website, is a member of Scientific American Partner Network."
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Eide Neurolearning Blog


  • Author: Drs. Fernette and Brock Eide
  • Description: "Brain-based learning and learning styles, problem-solving and creativity, kids, families, and parenting, gifted and visual learners, dyslexia, attention deficit disorders, autism, and more."
  • Quality: Blog description and archives are available.



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NeuroLogica Blog


  • Author: Steven Novella, MD
  • Description: Daily fix of neuroscience, skepticism and critical thinking.
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available. Since 2007.



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Child Neuropsychology


  • Author: Dr Jonathan Reed
  • Description: "In this blog I hope to communicate the latest thinking on a range of childhood disorders including dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, brain injury, learning disability, Autism and epilepsy."
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Mind Hacks


  • Author: Tom Stafford and Matt Webb
  • Description: "Neuroscience and psychology tricks to find out what's going on inside your brain."
  • Quality: Blog description, author introduction, contact information and archives are available.



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Neurology Update


  • Author: Dr Neil R. Holland - Chief of Neurology and Medical Director of the Neuroscience Institute at Monmouth Medical Center in Monmouth County, NJ. He is Associate Professor of Neurology at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, and directs the neurology clerkship for medical students at Monmouth Medical Center.
  • Description: Dr Neil R. Holland brings by his blog neurology education from the Monmouth Neuroscience Institute and Neurology Specialists of Monmouth County.
  • Quality: It has been updated since 2012. Author description and contact information are available.



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Neurology blog carnivals


The blogosphere (even the medical one) is so huge it is hard to track all the blogs you are interested in. That is why bloggers organize blog carnivals, special types of blog events. Each edition is a collection of the best blogposts focusing on a particular topic and is published on a regular schedule.

Grand Rounds


  • Organizer: It was organized by Nick Genes, but now is managed by Dr. Val.
  • Description: Grand Rounds, established in 2004, is a weekly summary of the best medical blog posts on the Internet. Each week a different blogger takes a turn hosting Grand Rounds and summarizing the best medical and health care discussions of the week. It does not only focus on neurology, but usually covers neurological issues.
  • Quality: The best and most comprehensive carnival about medicine.



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Sharp Brains


  • Organizer: Encephalon
  • Description: "On August 26th, 2006, the blogger behind Neurophilosophy, launched the Encephalon blog carnival to present, every other week, a selection of the best neuroscience and psychology blog posts. It has been one of the most stimulating blog carnivals ever since, and we have been honored to help maintain the tradition since February 2008. Thanks Mo!"

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Brain Blogging


  • Organizer: Shaheen Lakhan
  • Description: "Send in any and all blog entries related to the brain and mind that you feel go beyond the basic sciences into a more human and multidimensional perspective."

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The synapse


  • Organizer: Jake Young
  • Description: "The Synapse is a neuroscience carnival devoted to all areas of neuroscience including neurobiology, psychology, psychiatry, and neural systems -- healthy brains to perverse minds -- neurotransmitters to theories of mind. Whatever you got, we want your best posts about brain function.” More information at http://scienceblogs.com/purepedantry/synapse.php

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Brain Fitness


  • Organizer: Alvaro Fernandez
  • Description: "Goal: to facilitate a dialogue about this emerging field across multiple perspectives, from scientists and health professionals, to education and training ones, to basically everyone who has conducted an experiment on his on her brain and mind, and has news to report."

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