Larry is currently in New York, doing a 6-month sabbatical in the Columbia University laboratory of Eric Kandel.
The thoroughly updated fourth edition of Brain maps: structure of the adult rat brain was accepted for publication in 2017, 25 years after the first edition appeared. It is completely open access and available online: click here.
The main short-term project Larry’s group is working on now is a formal comparison of cerebral cortical regionalization between rodents and humans. Where do they differ and where do they correspond? What key data are missing to make better comparisons?
A complete defined parts list for the human nervous system at the level of detail visible in MRI scans was recently published. Neuroanatomical terminology: a lexicon of classical origins and historical foundations (New York, Oxford University Press, 2015) 1054 pp.