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Free Virtual Issue from European Journal of Neurology

Invited Reviews from European subspecialty experts on a range of subjects example: Neurology & Psychiatry Neurological Autoimmune Disorders Myasthenia & Comorbidity Statins and The Neuromuscular System Epilepsy Comorbidities Cryptogenic Stroke Dystonia Syndromes Post-sStroke Cognitive Decline TDP-43 in Amyotrophic Lateral Schlerosis Antibody Biomarkers in CNS Demyelinating Diseases and more …… Read FREE today

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Current Protocols Pop Quiz

From now until 10 November 2015 , stand a chance to win Amazon eVouchers when you take our Current Protocols pop quiz. Discover a wealth of knowledge from hundreds of laboratory protocols as you take part in this easy and fun quiz. How it works? 1. Enter your particulars. 2. Answer 3 questions successfully and […]

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Nominations open for the 15th annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences

The annual Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences, awarded by the Wiley Foundation, has recognized breakthrough research in pure or applied life science research since 2002. It seeks to honor research that is distinguished by its excellence, originality and impact on our understanding of biological systems and processes. This annual prize provides the awardee with: A […]

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The Inside Scoop – Scoring Big with Impact Factors in Neuroscience!

Thanks to our editors, authors, reviewers, researchers and readers, impact factors for our neuroscience journals are fabulous this year. Developmental Neurobiology A neuroscience journal that publishes original research articles on development, regeneration, repari and plasticity of the nervous system and on the ontogeny of behavior receives impact factor 4.189. It is above 4 for the […]

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Neuroinflammation Models : Use in Studies of Neurodegeneration and Regeneration

About Webinar: Neuroinflammation, defined as the activation of endogenous glial cells and their complex interplay with other cell types via cytokines, chemokines and other factors, is a component of all central nervous system (CNS) injuries, infections, and neurodegenerative diseases.  Although neuroinflammation is a normal response to CNS injury, a great deal of emphasis has been […]

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