New blog, Hille style

Posted by A Neurodudes Reader at 5:21 PM EST

I [Eric Thomson] have started a new blog for discussion of Hille’s classic Ion Channels of Excitable Membranes:

Participate, tell your friends, get the book.

[From Neville: Just a note for the guest posters. It’s fine to promote neuroscience-related materials (well, nothing overtly commercial… unless it’s *really* cool). Still, if you’re making a guest post — something which we encourage and have directions on how to do on the right sidebar of the screen — please put your name in the post. If you feel so inclined, it also wouldn’t hurt to put in a few sentences about where you’re from and your relation to the field — ie. grad student, postdoc, industry, prof, regular guy or girl interested in brain stuff, etc. Thanks!]

One Response to “New blog, Hille style”

  1. Neville Says:

    This sounds like a great idea to me. I’m embarrassed to say it, considering I’m in a patch clamp electrophysiology lab, but I haven’t read Hille’s book, although it’s been on my list for quite a while. I like the idea of doing a regular neuro book club… any takers? Maybe Eric will continue on after finishing the Hille book. Thanks again for posting the link!

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