Monthly Archive: November, 2016

The emerging research boosting Parkinson’s disease treatment

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is probably the most iconic neurological disorder. It has diverse manifestations, typical of many neurological diseases. PD is a result of brain dopamine deficiency, and its clinical picture is dominated by motor… Continue reading

A short history of WESAN

This is a follow up to my last blog post titled What has the Exeter neurology course accomplished in the last decade? There I discussed the achievements of the West of England Seminars in Advanced Neurology (WESAN).… Continue reading

What has the Exeter neurology course accomplished in the last decade?

The West of England Seminars in Advanced Neurology (WESAN) is a neurology course which holds annually in Exeter, the historic English city in the scenic county of Devon. It is a highly-regarded, even if a little bit unassuming,… Continue reading