About this series
Contemporary Clinical Neurosciences bridges the gap between bench research in the neurosciences and clinical neurology work by offering translational research on all aspects of the human brain and behavior with a special emphasis on the understanding, treatment, and eradication of diseases of the human nervous system. These novel, state-of-the-art research volumes present a wide array of preclinical and clinical research programs to a wide spectrum of readers representing the diversity of neuroscience as a discipline. The book series considers proposals from leading scientists and clinicians. The main audiences are basic neuroscientists (neurobiologists, neurochemists, geneticians, experts in behavioral studies, neurophysiologists, neuroanatomists), clinicians (including neurologists, psychiatrists and specialists in neuroimaging) and trainees, graduate students, and PhD students.
Volumes in the series provide in-depth books that focus on neuroimaging, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and other neuropsychiatric disorders, neurodegenerative diseases, G protein receptors, sleep disorders, addiction issues, cerebellar disorders, and neuroimmune diseases. The series aims to expand the topics at the frontiers between basic research and clinical applications. Each volume is available in both print and electronic form.