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Brain 2 , , Journal of Neuroscience 36 41 , , Stroke 44 11 , , The brain as a crystal ball: the predictive potential of default mode network S Sandrone Frontiers in human neuroscience 6, , Self through the mirror neurons and default mode network: what neuroscientists found and what can still be found there S Sandrone Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, , Learning from default mode network: the predictive value of resting state in traumatic brain injury S Sandrone, M Bacigaluppi Journal of Neuroscience 32 6 , , Journal Club: Default-mode network connectivity in cognitively unimpaired patients with Parkinson disease S Sandrone, M Catani Neurology 81 23 , ee , A DMN-based functional taxonomy of the resting human brain: is essential really invisible to the eye?

S Sandrone Brain research bulletin 99, A1 , Norman Geschwind S Sandrone Journal of neurology 12 , , Neurology 93 1 , ee , He saw Galen's errors and dared to report them, most explicitly in his seven-volume De Humani Corporis Fabrica On the Fabric of the Human Body , which he began aged 24, working with some of the best art professionals of the time.

His mission to learn through direct and systematic observation marked the start of a new way of doing science.


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In Brain Renaissance , neuroscientists Marco Catani and Stefano Sandrone present a translation from the Latin of the Fabrica 's last volume, which focuses on the brain. Through it we can appreciate Vesalius's extraordinary attention to detail, and his willingness Neurophysiology: The man who bared the brain. Author: Alison Abbott.

Date: May 14, From: Nature Vol.