University of Wisconsin collection was assembled in the Department
of Neurophysiology (currently the Department of Physiology) at
the Madison campus of the University of Wisconsin. The university
campus is less than a mile from the state capital. The Department
of Physiology is in the School of Medicine and Public Health. The brain collection
rooms were located in the Medical Sciences Building.
State University is located in East Lansing, a short distance
from the state capitol in Lansing. While administered by the Department
of Anatomy, the brain collection was housed in the College of Natural
Science, in the Colleges of Human, Osteopathic and Veterinary
Medicine, in the Natural Science Building, adjacent to the departments
of Zoology and Geology.
National Museum of Health and Medicine is located at the Armed
Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C. This museum
is the home of various reknowned neuroanatomical collections.
Scientific study of the specimens in these collections have produced
numerous ground- breaking research and educational projects. Using
today's technologies, these collections are more valuable today
than ever before.