Neuroinfections and Neuroinflammation

A revolution in biology has created unprecedented opportunities to understand the pathogenesis of neuroinfectious diseases. Important discoveries by medical professionals and scientists are made in an atmosphere that seeks to unravel fundamental biological processes. Central nervous system (CNS) infections can have a wide range of origins, symptoms, and prognoses. They have the potential to cause considerable morbidity and mortality and can manifest suddenly. The highly isolated nature of the CNS and its defence mechanisms make treating CNS infections particularly difficult.


  • Neuroimmunopathology
  • Emerging Neuroinfections
  • Neuroinfections and Global Health


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