Developmental Neurology

The mature nervous system comes into being in the course of embryonic and post-embryonic development due to a sequence of developmental programs that consist of the start of nerve cells and their assisting (glia) cells, the migration of those cells to defined locations inside the developing nervous tissue, the establishment of connections of those cells to particular target regions, and selective neuronal cell death. As soon as established, we now recognise that the mature nervous system reveals a great degree of plasticity, changing in response to experience and use. Information received in research of the factors that have an effect on nervous system development and plasticity can also provide a key closer to unlocking the capacity of the mature nervous system.

 

  • Neuromotor Dysfunctions in Children
  • Intervention in Children with Neuromotor Disorders
  • Development of postural control
  • Development of children born after IVF/ICSI
  • Management of mental health disorders
  • Childhood and adolescent psychiatry

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