1. Doctor Angelman?s syndrome;. 2. Natural history. 3. A personal account. 4. Medical genetics;. 5. Molecular biology;. 6. Differential diagnosis;. 7. Behaviour;. 8. Perception and cognition;. 9. Communication;. 10. Movement and postural control;. 11. Epilepsy;. 12. Sleep;. 13. Clinical neurophysiology;. 14. Neuroimaging and neuropathology;. 15. Animal models;. 16. Perspectives;. 17. Resources. References
Bernard Dan is a paediatric neurologist, head of the department of neurology and associate medical director at the Hospital Universitaire des Enfants Reine Fabiola, Brussels, Belgium, and full professor of neurophysiology and developmental neurology at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles. He was the 2010 President of the European Academy of Childhood Disability and currently chairs the Belgian Academy of Childhood Disability. In addition to his clinical and teaching activity, he is involved in basic research on the functioning and development of the brain.