About this Research Topic
Progress in Cellular Neuropathology is strongly prompted by methodological advances. Cellular Neuropathology bridges cellular neurobiology and clinical neurosciences. Disease processes are amenable on a structural and functional level, the latter having a greater impact on disease severity than the former one. Processes and mechanisms involved in Cellular Neuropathology typically range from the molecular to the subcellular, cellular, and microcircuit levels. Breakthroughs in this field push our understanding of neurological diseases and may expand diagnostic or therapeutic possibilities.
Despite considerable advances in our understanding of disease processes and improvements in diagnostics, therapeutic options are still limited in several disease areas. Scientific progress is a result of inspiring ideas.
Within this Research Topic, we aim to feature a collection of articles showcasing hot topics in the Cellular Neuropathology field, which carry research landscape-changing potential, may overcome existing limitations, pave the way for therapeutic progress, and deserve attention in future research developments.
This Research Topic will highlight the most recent advances of the Cellular Neuropathology field and aims to discuss the key current challenges and the latest research developments. We welcome excellent Original Research, Perspectives, Methods, Reviews, and Opinions articles on any subject related to Cellular Neuropathology including but not limited to:
- Cellular and molecular pathogenesis,
- Innovative methods and tools,
- Disease diagnostics,
- Disease-modifying therapies.
Keywords: cellular neuropathology, excellence, innovation, originality, therapy
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