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From Neurons in Action Users:

“Neurons in Action revolutionized my ability to teach membrane excitability to undergraduates (Yale and Bowdoin) both in the classroom and laboratory. In addition to providing well-written tutorials, NIA functions as a self-assessment tool for students when they are asked to predict neuronal responses before running simulations. I also use NIA to demonstrate real world examples of human health problems involving neurotransmission. Furthermore, my students have designed and conducted their own experiments aimed at exploring membrane excitability. The flexibility and creativity that NIA offers to teachers and students is simply unmatched by any other textbook or computer program.”

Jennifer Morgan, PhD
The University of Texas at Austin

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Neurons in Action in Action
in Brains, Minds & Media

Teaching Neurophysiology to Undergraduates using Neurons in Action
in Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education

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