Journal of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research

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Editorial - Journal of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research (2021) Volume 6, Issue 2

Editorial Note Brain Mapping

Sherlin Joy*

Editorial Manager, Allied Academies, London, United Kingdom

Corresponding Author:
Sherlin Joy
Editorial Manager
Allied Academies
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WC1A 2SE London,
United Kingdom
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E-mail: [email protected]

Accepted date: March 13, 2021

Citation: Joy S, Editorial Note on Brain Mapping. J Neurol Neurorehabil Res 2021,6(4):3.

Abstract

  

Introduction

This multidisciplinary Research Topic is an assortment of contemporary advances in neuroimaging applied to planning practical mind networks in epilepsy. With innovation, for example, concurrent electroencephalography and practical attractive reverberation imaging (EEG-fMRI) presently more promptly accessible, it is feasible to non-obtrusively map epileptiform action all through the whole mind at millimeter goal. This Research Topic incorporates unique examination contemplates, specialized notes and audits of the field. Because of the multidisciplinary idea of the area, the Research Topic traverses two diaries: Frontiers in Neurology (Section: Epilepsy) and Frontiers in Neuroscience (Section: Brain Imaging Methods).

In this article we consider the results of the multidisciplinary work introduced in the Research Topic. With the advantage of time passed since the first papers were distributed, we can see that the works are having a significant effect in the field. At the hour of composing, this Research Topic had above and beyond 28,000 full-papers downloads (counting more than 18,500 for the 15 papers in the Epilepsy segment, and more than 9,500 for the 8 papers in the Brain Imaging Methods segment). A few papers in the Research Topic have climbed the level in Frontiers and got a related welcomed discourse, showing there is significant interest in this exploration territory.

Diary of Neurology and Neurorehabilitation Research is extraordinary compared to other open access diaries that intends to distribute the most complete and dependable wellspring of data as unique articles, audit articles, case reports, short interchanges, clinical investigations and so forth in the field and give online access with no limitations or memberships to the analysts around the world.

Cerebrum Connectivity is an investigational diary, and exploration reports are emphatically prescribed to contain test information. Three article classes will be incorporated: unique articles, correspondences, and audit articles. A few sub-classes under unique articles and correspondences will be thought of, including reports of unique trial information, methodological examinations, novel information investigation plans, hypothetical information demonstrating, and portrayals of changes in mind network in wellbeing and infection. Reports of unique examinations in the zones of neuroscience, nervous system science, physical science, biophysics, software engineering, neuroinformatics, math, science, natural chemistry, physiology, formative science, hereditary qualities, sub-atomic science, psychiatry, pharmacology, anesthesiology, cell science, and mind life structures pertinent to the field of cerebrum network will be acknowledged.

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