Welcome to the website of the
DIGITAL ONLINE INTERACTIVE
Dejerine’s Atlas

Jules Dejerine (1849-1917) and Augusta Dejerine-Klumpke (1859-1927) published in 1895
the first part of their book "Anatomie des centres nerveux".
Since then the atlas has become a standard reference for the morphology of the nervous system
for both teaching and for neurological research and clinical work.

The aim of the present project is to provide an online digital atlas.

Online Atlas

This contemporary, online and digital Dejerine’s Atlas consists of various chapters that were listed on pages 310 to 311 in the original Dejerine’s atlas, together with an account of the abbreviations used in the drawings provided by H. Gillet.
The website describes the brain as Jules Dejerine and Augusta Dejerine-Klumpke did it in 1885. The website gives definitions of the anatomical terms and a 3D-reconstruction.

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About Us

Odile Plaisant, MCU‐PH, M.D., Ph.D.

Odile Plaisant is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy (ANCRE, URDIA EA 4465) at the University of Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité, School of Medicine (France) and a psychiatrist at the Epilepsy Unit and Pain Centre of the University Hospital of Pitié Salpêtrière (Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris) in Paris. She is presently the President of TEPARG.

Odile.plaisant@aphp.fr

“Trans European Pedagogic Anatomical Research Group” (TEPARG)

The “Trans European Pedagogic Anatomical Research Group” (TEPARG) comprises European anatomists dedicated to researching topics relating to the teaching and learning of the anatomical sciences.

https://teparganatomy.wordpress.com

Musée Dupuytren

The Musée Dupuytren is an anatomical museum that exhibits human diseases and malformations. It is situated at Paul and Marie Curie, Sorbonne University, Paris, France.

Information available at info.culture@upmc.fr

Dejerine Foundation

The Dejerine Foundation, hosted by the Musée Dupyutren, is the official archive for the work and documents produced by Jules Dejerine (1849‐1917) and Augusta Dejerine‐Klumpke (1859‐ 1927).