Development of the Cerebellum from Molecular Aspects to Diseases

  • Hassan Marzban

Part of the Contemporary Clinical Neuroscience book series (CCNE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. Maryam Rahimi Balaei, Niloufar Ashtari, Hugo Bergen
    Pages 33-43
  3. Alexandra L. Joyner, Ryan Willett, Andrew Lawton
    Pages 45-65
  4. Filippo Casoni, Laura Croci, Ottavio Cremona, Richard Hawkes, G. Giacomo Consalez
    Pages 67-86
  5. Hong-Ting Prekop, Alessio Delogu, Richard J. T. Wingate
    Pages 87-104
  6. Elizabeth P. Lackey, Roy V. Sillitoe
    Pages 105-127
  7. Leila Pirmoradi, Ali Akbar Owji, Shahla Shojaei
    Pages 129-151
  8. Mohammad Amin Moosavi, Marveh Rahmati, Niloufar Ashtari, Javad Alizadeh, Mohammad Hashemi, Seyedeh Zahra Bathaei et al.
    Pages 153-178
  9. Kevin M. Coombs
    Pages 237-253
  10. Albert E. Chudley
    Pages 275-300
  11. Kathleen Felton, Amanda Hogg, Lisa Liang, Christopher Aiken, Thomas Klonisch, Frank van Landeghem et al.
    Pages 301-326
  12. Lisa Liang, Christopher Aiken, Kathleen Felton, Amanda Hogg, Frank van Landeghem, T. Klonisch et al.
    Pages 327-351
  13. Seyed Soheil Saeedi Saravi, Ahmad Reza Dehpour
    Pages 353-367
  14. Mehnosh Toback, Kambiz Zangeneh, Tabrez J. Siddiqui, Hassan Marzban
    Pages 369-387
  15. Asghar Marzban, Mohammad Vafaee-shahi, Kamran Azarkhish
    Pages 389-406
  16. S. Shooshtari, B. M. Stoesz, P. Rad, S. Khoeiniha
    Pages 423-463
  17. Lisa Liang, Christopher Aiken, Kathleen Felton, Amanda Hogg, Frank van Landeghem, T. Klonisch et al.
    Pages C1-C1
  18. Back Matter
    Pages 495-505

About this book


The authors present the most current and cutting-edge knowledge regarding the molecular basis of cerebellar development, focusing on information relevant to laboratory scientists and clinicians providing service to patients with cerebellar disorders. Knowledge obtained from advanced neuroimaging techniques that are used during development, and from molecular- and genetic-based studies has provided rapidly-growing evidence that the cerebellum is a brain region that is highly impacted by developmental defects. Cerebellar defects result in significant intellectual and motor function impairment that affects both the patients and their families.


cerebellum cerebellar growth and development neurological disorder diagnosis management

Editors and affiliations

  • Hassan Marzban
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science, The Children’s Hospital Research Institute of Manitoba (CHRIM), Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health ScienceUniversity of ManitobaWinnipegCanada

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