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Physiology, Development and Neuroscience Guide: Home

What is PDN?

PDN stands for Physiology, Development and Neuroscience. Research in PDN is primarily in four major areas: Cellular and systems physiology, Developmental and reproductive biology, Form and function and Neuroscience.

The Department of PDN provides Preclinical Teaching in Anatomy and Physiology for both the Medical and Veterinary Sciences Triposes and also contributes to the Natural Sciences Tripos in the areas of Physiology, Developmental Biology, and Neuroscience.

For an overview of what services are currently available to members of the University, please visit the Library Services during COVID-19 tab within this guide. 

For help and support with anything related to the PDN Library, or any of the courses that it supports, please email George Cronin (Library Manager for Biological Sciences) using the library's email address: 

Quick access to PDN Library borrowing form:

On this guide, you'll find:

  • Current information about Library Services during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Information about brilliant resources, both print and online, that you have access to in Cambridge
  • Recommended resources, with tips on accessing and using them
  • Help and guidance for researchers
  • Details and links to training and skills support for students and researchers 
  • An overview of referencing and how tools can help you
  • Lots of help and support from across the University of Cambridge

Recent purchases

International Anatomy collection from LWW Health Library
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience
eanatomy preview
vetanatomy preview
Cover of 'Environmental physiology of animals'

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