Journal of Neurology and Experimental Neural Science (ISSN: 2577-1442)

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Editor-in-Chief's Philosophy

Igor Grachev*

Global Clinical Development Leader at TEVA Specialty Pharmaceuticals
*Corresponding author:DrIgor Grachev, Global Clinical Development Leader at TEVA Specialty Pharmaceuticals, Frazer-PA, USA,
Received Date:02 November, 2016; Accepted Date: 07 November, 2016; Published Date:14 November, 2016

Citation: Grachev I (2016) Editor-in-Chief’s Philosophy. J Neurol Exp Neural Sci 2016: JNNS-103.

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