16 thoughts on “Integrative Biology 131 – Lecture 23: Neurohistology,…

  1. I love her quotes: "Once you've seen people collect axoplasm from a giant squid, you never forget it!" LOL

  2. A wonderful compliment to the material I am reading. This professor is wonderful and a real asset to the educational community. Thank you!

  3. Thank you Prof.Dr.Diamond . I would love it if you used a green light instead of red. It difficult to see the red on screen . Thank you.

  4. I remember watching this years ago when I was still in high school and I thought it was hard to follow. Watching it again now, in my 4th year at uni, I think it's a very basic lecture. This is a great moment, realizing how far I've come.

  5. I have spent months researching into anatomy and found a fantastic resource at Anatomy Blueprint Pro (google it if you're interested)

  6. I am 72 years old,did my electrical engineering in 1973.Inherited my family billboard business for 45 years.Now retired from business,but love this Great human being teaching Anatomy,I have covered all her 40 and odd lecture classes for over 15 years.I still love to watch these lectures with coloured sketch pens,making use of old unused dairies as paper.God bless you Mam 🙏.May you come back again to teach Anatomy to our children.God Bless.Jai Kumar,BANGALORE.

  7. I am a retired business man (72 years) learning anatomy out of sheer "Know Thyself".Being an Indian Proff. Marrium's english is like colonial english for us,easy to understand unlike the yankee accent . I have gone through her lectures many many times.In fact to understand a book titled " How God Changes your Brain" by Dr.Andrew Newberg I am brushing my Neurology again ,watching this lecture the nth time.Pray YouTube these series of lectures Proff.Marrium Diamond stays for ever on the celestial Internet.Thank you.M.S.Jai Kumar,Bangalore.

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