This is the web site of Michael D. Mann, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Cellular and Integrative Physiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE. While I was at the University, I did research in brain science and taught neuroscience to all sorts of students including medical, allied health and graduate students. During my tenure, I wrote a textbook (The Nervous System in Action) that was fairly well received by medical students. To make it more widely available, it was converted to web format. It still gets a lot of attention on the web, even though I left teaching in 2005. You will find a link to the web version below.

Also, I developed a self-test facility called NeuroQuiz that students really liked. For several years it was unavailable because the software that ran in was out of date. Now I have rewritten NeuroQuiz, and it again is available from the link below. It is a bit different than the original version in that it doesn't save scores, but it has even more functionality.

I've also included a link to my curriculum vitae so you can judge my qualifications. If you are interested, there are also links to pdf-file versions of almost all of my publications.

One of my hobbies is making stained glass windows and other items. If you click that link, you can view some examples of my work.

I hope you enjoy the website.