The 1990s were designated  the “Decade of the Brain” by President George H. W. Bush as part of a larger effort involving the Library of Congress and the National Institute of Mental Health “to enhance public awareness of the benefits to be derived from brain research.”

In January 1993, the premier issue of Neurology Reviews was published. Neurology Reviews was the first, and for several years the only, news publication to serve the neurology community. Others eventually joined the market, but Neurology Reviews has, throughout its history, remained in the top tier of the neurology market in terms of readership and share of market.

In 2018, Neurology Reviews celebrates its 25th year of publication. That is a milestone no other neurology news publication has reached and throughout our history, we have kept a tight focus on clinical news and provided our readers with engaging summaries of research presented at major medical conventions and in prestigious peer-reviewed journals. Neurology Reviews is not affiliated with any medical society, and we believe that our independence is one of our strengths. It allows us the flexibility to report neurology news from a broad spectrum of sources in an unbiased fashion. As an independent news outlet, we believe it is our job to reflect the news, not create it. Our esteemed Editorial Advisory Board, headed by Alan M. Rapoport, MD, helps us survey every subspecialty of neurology and deliver a mix of topics in every monthly issue.

In addition to our print publication, Neurology Reviews has a robust array of multichannel offerings: a mobile-friendly website, digital editions, an app, microsites, multimedia content,  educational supplements, quizzes, a job board, social media, and focused e-blasts. . We invite you to continue with us on our journey toward better scientific understanding and better patient care.

—Glenn S. Williams

VP, Group Editor, Neurology Reviews