Journal of Neurophysiology and Neurological Disorders (JNND)

ISSN No: 2375-2491


Anita Arsovska

Macedonian Society of Neurology
University Clinic of Neurology
Tel: 00 389 78 366 798


Associate Professor Dr Anita Arsovska is a Neurology specialist at the University Clinic of Neurology, Skopje, Macedonia, employed since 1996. Since 2005, Dr Arsovska has been appointed Head of Department for Urgent Neurology at the Clinic. In 2009 Dr Arsovska has been elected Associate Professor in Neurology at the Medical Faculty, University St Cyril and Methodius in Skopje, Macedonia. In 2011 she was elected President of the Macedonian Neurology Society. Beside her teaching duties, Dr Arsovska is very engaged in her everyday clinical work, where she diagnosis and treats patients with urgent neurological conditions (mostly patients with stroke, status epilepticus, coma etc). Dr Arsovska is an author and co-author of more than 70 published abstracts, presented at conferences and congresses in Macedonia and abroad. She is author and co-author of 18 published papers in extenso. Dr Arsovska is co-author of 6 books: “Stroke”; “Insomnia” ;“Clinical Neurology”-general and special part edited by NIP Studentski zbor-Skopje; Practicum in Neurology, edited by Fajnart Multimedia-Skopje and Neurology for students of the Dental Faculty, edited by Balkan Print Centar, Skopje. She is author of 1 book: Doppler sonography in the vascular pathology, edited by Borografika-Skopje and author of the chapter Status epilepticus in a book Epilepsy-a review, and chapter Startle syndromes in Textbook of Movement Disorders, edited by Dr Ashok Kumar, Department of Neurology, Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences, Patna, India. Dr Arsovska was awarded Diploma and Certificate for special achievements-issued by Macedonian Doctor’s Association (1997, 2009, 2013).

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