Artist and neuroscientist Greg Dunn has painted a series of images of the brain; this one is called Hippocampus II, which depicts a cross section of the rodent hippocampus, a brain region utilized in learning and memory
Greg Dunn is a neuroscience PhD student at the University of Pennsylvania and an artist passionate about Japanese minimalist scrolls. While these interests may appear radically incongruous, Dunn's artwork suggests otherwise.
Hippocampal neuron that has been stripped of its membrane to expose the cytoskeleton, a scaffold that regulates the cell’s growth, stability and movement. The Hippocampus plays a major role for any kind of learning process and memory.