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Great New Autonomic Info Resource


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Vanderbilt recently updated their website (actually while I was there :P ) and it includes some new info that I haven't entirely gotten through yet but appears to be a good resource. It is fairly technical but I wanted to make you all aware of it.

The main site is

http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/root/vumc.php?site=adc&doc=4770

Then click on "learning resources" from the menu on the left.

Alternately, you can go directly to either "Autonomic Miscellany", a search engine of sorts for all different autonomic 'stuff' at:

http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/gcrc/ad_center/automisc.html

And directly to "Autonomic Pharmacology", which is actually a 30 page print-out from Dr. Robertson's Pharmacology 501 course at:

http://www.mc.vanderbilt.edu/gcrc/ad_cente...tonomicsPDF.pdf

FYI, I already noticed the typo at the top of the Autonomic Miscellany page (it says "Autonomic Dysynction" and am going to email Dr. Raj about it (he's the web page guro). Although I think it's sort of cool sounding...

:-)melissa

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