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The Cerebellum

The Cerebellum

Editor-in-Chief: Mario Manto

ISSN: 1473-4222 (print version)
ISSN: 1473-4230 (electronic version)

Journal no. 12311

Editor-in Chief:

Mario-Ubaldo Manto - Brussels, Belgium

Associate Editors:

Donna Gruol - La Jolla, USA
Duane Haines - Winston-Salem, USA
Nori Koibuchi - Gunma, Japan
John Oberdick - Columbus, USA

Section Editors:

Genetics: Antoni Matilla-Dueñas - Barcelona, Spain
Fundamental neurophysiology: JM Delgado-Garcia - Sevilla, Spain
Clinical neurophysiology: Helge Topka - Munich, Germany
Cognition: Dagmar Timmann - Essen, Germany
Neuroimaging: Christophe Habas - Paris, France
Neural computation: Andras Pellionisz - Sunnyvale, USA
Neural development: Roy V. Sillitoe - Houston, USA

Review Editor:

Marco Molinari - Rome, Italy

Journal Club Editor:

Roy V. Sillitoe - Houston, USA

Editorial Board:

Pierre Amarenco - Paris, France
Richard Apps - Bristol, UK
Oliver Baumann - Brisbane, Australia
Fredrik Bengtsson - Lund, Sweden
José Berciano - Santander, Spain
James R. Bloedel - Phoenix, USA
J. Bockaert - Montpellier, France
James Bower - San Antonio, USA
Alexis Brice - Paris, France
Per Brodal - Oslo, Norway
Deborah Ely Budding - Manhattan Beach, USA
Eric Courchesne - La Jolla, USA
Francis Crépel - Paris, France
Nick J. Davis - Swansea, UK
Erik de Schutter - Antwerp, Belgium
Chris de Zeeuw - Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Timothy J. Ebner - Minneapolis, USA
Piers Emson - Cambridge, UK
Seyyed Hossein Fatemi - Minneapolis, USA
Julie A. Fiez - Pittsburgh, USA
Alessandro Filla - Naples, Italy
Peter T. Fox - San Antonio, USA
Mitchell Glickstein - London, UK
Eugene V. Golanov - Rockville, USA
Lev Goldfarb - Bethesda, USA
Dan Goldowitz - Memphis, USA
Mark Hallett - Bethesda, USA
Christian Hansel - Chicago, IL, USA
Clive Harper - Sydney, Australia
Richard Hawkes - Calgary, Canada
Tomoo Hirano - Kyoto, Japan
Paula Hoffman - Denver, USA
Jerome Honnorat - Lyon, France
Fay B. Horak - Beaverton, USA
Jonathan Hore - London, Canada
Masao Ito - Saitama, Japan
Richard Ivry - Berkeley, USA
Dieter Jaeger - Atlanta, USA
Henrik Jörntell - Lund, Sweden
Ichiro Kanazawa - Tokyo, Japan
Masanobu Kano - Tokyo, Japan
Kamran Khodakhah - London, UK
Thomas Klockgether - Bonn, Germany
Arnulf Koeppen - Albany, USA
E. Korpi - Turkku, Finland
David Linden - Baltimore, USA
Stephen Lisberger - San Francisco, USA
Rodolfo Llinas - New York, USA
S. Massaquoi - Boston, USA
Marco Martina - Evanston, USA
M. Mauk - Houston, USA
Chris R. Miall - Oxford, UK
Marco Molinari - Rome, Italy
Enrico Mugnaini - Chicago, USA
Harry T. Orr - Minneapolis, USA
Ole Petter Ottersen - Oslo, Norway
Alvaro Pascual-Leone - Boston, USA
Roberta Pentney - Buffalo, USA
George Perry - San Antonio, USA
Ottavio Pompeiano - Pisa, Italy
Stefan M. Pulst - Los Angeles, USA
Im Joo Rhyu - Seoul, Korea
Ferdinando Rossi - Turin, Italy
T.J.H. Ruigrok - Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Uta Schambra - Johnson City, USA
Jeremy Schmahmann - Cambridge, USA
Dennis Schutter - Utrecht, The Netherlands
Ying Shen - Zhejiang, China
S.S. Smith, Philadelphia, USA
Constantino Sotelo - Paris, France
Peter L. Strick - Pittsburg, USA
Izumi Sugihara - Tokyo, Japan
W. Thomas Thach Jr - St Louis, USA
Richard F. Thompson - Los Angeles, USA
Dan L. Tolbert - St Louis, USA
L. Triarhou - Thessaloniki, Greece
Shoji Tsuji - Tokyo, Japan
Jian-Jun Wang - Nanjing, China
Karl Wessel - Braunschweig, Germany
Daniel Wolpert - London, UK
Michisuke Yuzaki - Tokyo, Japan
David S. Zee - Baltimore, USA

 

 

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    An international journal devoted to the science of the cerebellum and its role in ataxia and other medical disorders. There is currently intense interest in the genetics of cerebellar ataxias and in the roles of the cerebellum in motor control and cognitive functioning. This region contains more neurons than all the other structures of the brain. As a result of the ageing population, diseases associated with cerebellar dysfunction are becoming more widespread.

    Despite the vast amount of scientific research in this area, no journal exists that is devoted specifically to the cerebellum. The growing number of researchers in this field currently have to find information in a wide range of publications. The Cerebellum will cover all the latest developments in this field to ensure readers are kept fully up to date from one source. The unique Editorial Board comprising internationally-renowned experts aims to create an authoritative journal that will be a significant and original addition to the neuroscience literature.

    The Cerebellum will be of immense interest to researchers including: neuroscientists in molecular and cellular biology; neurophysiologists; researchers in neurotransmission; neurologists; geneticians; radiologists; paediatricians; anatomists; neuropsychologists; trainees in neurology and psychiatry.

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