Anatomy of the BrainThe Interactive Brain from the Traumatic Brain Injury: The Journey Home guides you through the anatomy of the brain, how it works, and what different parts of the brain do.
Overview of the Nervous System University of Texas Medical School at Houston developed this electronic course in neuroscience that features such as interactive graphics, animations, hyperlinks, computer-assisted interactive laboratories and interactive exam reviews. The material is designed for first-year medical students, but would also be appropriate for graduate students as well as advanced undergraduates. It has also been optimized to be accessible to individuals with various backgrounds in the neurosciences and different learning styles. Ideally, readers should have had college-level courses in physics, chemistry and biochemistry, and biology.
MEDLINEplus: Head and Brain Injuries
This easy to use website of the National Library of Medicine provides links to articles, research reports, and organizations covering various aspects of head and brain injuries. Some information is available in Spanish.
Understanding Brain Injury: What you should know about brain injury and recovery
This video uses simple language and images of real people who have sustained a brain injury, as well as medical experts and advocates. Produced by Shepherd Center and KPKinteractive in collaboration with the American Trauma Society, the Brain Injury Association of America and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.