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This issue of the Neurologic Clinics is dedicated to the cerebellum and includes articles on its functional neuroanatomy and different cerebellar pathologies. Among the various reviews contained in this issue, there are two particularly unique articles devoted to the role of the cerebellum in human cognition and psychiatric diseases. Other topics include: the Cerebellum and Sleep; Toxic-Metabolic, Nutritional, and Medicinal-Induced Disorders of Cerebellum; Multiple Sclerosis and the Cerebellum; and Infections of the Cerebellum, among others.
About the Author
Dr. Alireza Minagar is Professor and Chairman of neurology at LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, Louisiana. As a graduate of Department of Neurology at University of Miami, he did a two-year fellowship in multiple sclerosis and clinical neuroimmunology at the Multiple sclerosis Center of University of Miami. Dr. Minagar has significant interest in pathophysiology and neuroimaging features of the inflammatory disease of human central nervous system, in general, and multiple sclerosis, in particular. His life-long passion is to better understand interactions between the inflamed endothelial cells and other cellular components of blood. Dr. Minagar strongly believes in team work and constantly works with other neurologists and neuroscientists around the globe. He has published more than two hundred manuscripts in peer-reviewed journal and textbooks on multiple sclerosis and other neurological diseases.