Press Releases:

[13/10/01] The Possibilities of Neurological Regeneration – An Interview with Dr. Zupanc (This article was originally published in issue 16 of NUScience Magazine)

[12/07/13] New neurons for an old fish

[12/04/18] A humble fish helps us understand our own brains

[12/03/16] Get a spine!

[11/03/23] Fish may change the way we look at spinal cord injuries

[10/07/27] Exploring Behavioral Neurobiology – Interview with Günther K.H. Zupanc

[08/08/15] Neurobiological surprise — fish brain cells with marked aberrations in chromosome number develop into neurons capable of long-term survival

[08/03/05] Textbook of Jacobs professor as international standard reference

[07/03/30] Variation in chromosome number as ‘normal state’ — new evidence found in fish brain neurons

[06/02/01] Trawling for proteins involved in cerebral regeneration

 

Behavioral Neurobiology Textbook:

Publisher’s Website

Author Biography

Interview with the Author

Review by Shaun D. Cain

Review by Janine M. Wotton

Review by Jörg-Peter Ewert

Online Resource Center

Buy it on Amazon.com

 

Journal of Comparative Physiology A:

Edited by F.G. Barth, K. Arikawa, J.G. Hildebrand,
P.M. Narins, H.-J. Pflüger, and G.K.H. Zupanc

Journal Home Page

Volume 192, Number 6 (2006): ‘Electric fish: model systems for neurobiology’, Special Issue edited by Günther K.H. Zupanc

Volume 194, Number 2 (2008): ‘Integrative and comparative neurobiology: in memoriam of Theodore H. Bullock (1915-2005)’, Special Issue edited by Günther K.H. Zupanc

Cover Picture for Volume 198, Numbers 1-6, 2012

Cover Picture for Volume 200, Numbers 7-12, 2014

 

European Journal of Neuroscience:

Edited by J.-M. Fritschy and M. Sarter

Journal Home Page

Volume 34, Number 6 (2011): ‘Towards a Comparative Understanding of Adult Neurogenesis’, Special Issue edited by Luca Bonfanti and Günther K.H. Zupanc

 

 

 

Interview with Günther K.H. Zupanc on “tadpoles with eyes in their tails”:

In The Scientist

In Science News

In the Boston Globe

On news.msn.com

 

 

 

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