User talk:Anaru

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Hi there! Can't believe nobody wished you welcome yet so I'll do it:


Hello, Anaru, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

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Now, I have a question. I was just studying Parkinson's (I am in final year med in Sydney, Australia) and tried to remember that basal ganglia connectivity diagram from back many years ago - I had a quick look at Wikipedia and hey, there it was! :)

I saw that Andrew Gillies is the creator of the coronal sections of the basal ganglia (commons:Image:Basal-ganglia-coronal-sections.png) and I assume you and Mr Gillies may be the same person. Great picture! Given that it's got the same colour coding, I also suppose you are the creator of the aforementioned diagram ( If so, I suggest that you license it appropriately before somebody deletes it, as it has already been marked as being of unknown origin. I assume you would use GFDL like you did with the brain diagrams.

Thanks anyway for helping me with my Parkinson's study! :) BjarteSorensen 06:49, 25 Apr 2005 (UTC)


Dr. Gillies: I'd like to extend an invitation to join us over at Wikipedia:WikiProject_Neuroscience. I'm trying to revive this group, to focus on cleaning up and properly referencing neuroscience-related articles here on Wikipedia. We've already gotten cerebellum properly written, referenced, and reworked. The next major focus is the article brain (which is a mess), though I am personally working towards repairing and updating basal ganglia as well. Thanks for the clean up on that, by the way! Cheers and good luck. Semiconscious (talk · home) 19:23, 5 January 2006 (UTC)[]