Hist. ess. World Neurology:

International Relationships in the Neurosciences:


  1. A Dutch lecturer in the US. World Neurology 2010;25 (Aug):4
  2. Foot eponyms leave their mark. World Neurology 2010;25 (Oct):4
  3. An English student in Prague (1884-6) World Neurology 2010;25 (Dec):
  4. Exchange in 18th century Europe – When nerves were thought to be hollow. World Neurology 2011;26 (Feb)
  5. An American in Paris (and other European cities). World Neurology 2011;26 (April)
  6. editor of history column World Neurology 2011: papers by Vein, Pearce, Storey and Holdorff.
  7. Piecing Together Electricity’s Role in Nerve Function. World Neurology 2012;27 (February)
  8. Meeting great names. Margaret Kennard’s ‘neuroperegrination’ in Europe 2012;27 (June)
  9. editor of history column World Neurology 2012: papers by Goetz (Aug), Eadie (April 2012)
  10. editor of history column World Neurology 2013: paper by Lanska (April 2013), Stahnisch (Aug, 2013) and Gardner-Thorpe (October, 2013)
  11. Early neurological films at medical congresses (June, 2013)
  12. Expanding neurology networks. From single to multi-authored textbooks (Feb, 2014)
  13. editor of history column in World Neurology 2014: papers by Holdorff, Karenberg, Pearce and Reynolds.
  14. Apparently dead and coma in the 18th century (Feb, 2015)

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