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Dr. Anita Arsovska

Anita Arsovska
Macedonian Society of Neurology
University Clinic of Neurology


Dr Anita Arsovska has received PhD in Medical Sciences (Neurology) in the University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Medical Faculty, Skopje, Macedonia during the period of 2007. She is currently working as an Associate Professor of Neurology in the University of Ss Cyril and Methodius, Medical Faculty, Skopje, Macedonia. As a Neurologist, her research goals are urgent neurological conditions, such as stroke and status epilepticus in the fields of Neurology. Based on this research and training in her own country and abroad, she has received several awards and honors, such as: diplomas for special achievement from the Macedonian Physicians Society, and is serving as a President of the Macedonian Neurology Society. She has authored and co-authored 68 abstracts, 32 research articles, 2 chapters and 6 books. She is a member of the Macedonian Neurology Society, Macedonian Physicians Society and Macedonian Medical Chamber.

Research Interest

Risk factors in cerebrovascular insults, Efficacy and safety of Cerebrolysin in the treatment of patients with acute ischemic stroke, Neurovax, therapeutic TCR peptide vaccine in multiple sclerosis, Genetic and neurophysiologic research in migraine