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Special Issue on the Dynamics of Neurological Disease

“There is a vast (and rapidly growing) amount of experimental and clinical data of the
nervous system at very diverse spatial scales of activity (e.g. from sub-cellular through to
 whole organ), with many neurological disorders characterised by oscillations in neural
activity across these disparate scales. Computer modelling and the development of
 associated mathematical theories provide us with a unique opportunity to integrate 
information from across these diverse scales of activity; leading to explanations of the 
potential mechanisms underlying the time-evolving dynamics and more importantly
allowing the development of new hypotheses regarding neural function that may be tested 
experimentally and ultimately translated into the clinic. The purpose of this special issue is
to present an overview of current integrative research in the areas of epilepsy, Parkinsons 
Disease and schizophrenia, where multidisciplinary relationships involving theory,
experimental and clinical research are becoming increasingly established.” from the Editorial written by Stephen Coombes & John R. Terry, Guest Editors of this Special Issue

The new Special Issue of EJN entitled “The Dynamics of Neurological Disease: Integrating Computational, Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience” has been published online.

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