About this Research Topic
Viruses, bacteria, and parasites all have the potential to cause neurological symptoms from encephalitis to cerebral malaria. Exploring the underlying mechanisms of infection, including the commonalities between neurological symptoms and/or syndromes caused by vastly different pathogens, may help provide a better understanding of the resulting pathologies. Determining the similarities and differences in how these pathogens cause neurological disease could facilitate the identification of novel avenues of research or disease management policies.
We welcome all manuscript types, which include:
- Original Research
- Systematic Review
- Brief Research Report
- Clinical Trial
- Policy and Practice Reviews
- Hypothesis and Theory
Keywords: immunology, mental health, pathogens, neurology, brain
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