Neuroepidemiology : A Tribute To Bruce Schoenberg
Author(s): Dallas W. Anderson
First published in 1991. This one-of-a-kind publication pays tribute to one of the pre-eminent scientists and educators in neuroepidemiology, Dr. Bruce Schoenberg. The goal of this book is to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of the work that has taken place in the field of neuroepidemiology over the last decade and address the challenges and prospects of the future. The work presented in this volume focuses on clinically relevant issues related to the magnitude, distribution, natural history, risk factors, treatment, and prevention of the more common neurologic disorders. It also emphasizes methodological problems that affect the design and implementation of studies, as well as the interpretation of results. The book's concise format provides quick access to the major results, difficulties, and challenges discussed within the text. Neuroepidemiology: A Tribute to Bruce Schoenberg should be considered an essential addition to the libraries of all clinical neurologists and epidemiologists.