Dr. Sandro Misciagna was born on March 15, 1969 in Italy. He received his degree in medicine in 1995 and in neurology in 1999 at the Catholic University in Rome. From 1993 to 1995 he attended a research laboratory involved in cerebellar functions in mice. From 1994 to 2003 he attended the Neuropsychological Department of the Catholic University involved in human cognitive and behavioral disorders, writing various publications and book chapters. From 2001 to 2003 he was a teacher of clinical neuropsychology, clinical neurology, and cognitive rehabilitation mainly at the Catholic University. In 2003 he took a PhD in Neuroscience at the Catholic University discussing behavioral and cognitive profiles of patients with frontotemporal dementia. As a clinician he has worked in different neurological departments in Italian hospitals, Alzheimer’s clinics, neuropsychiatric clinics, and neurological rehabilitative departments. From November 2016 he worked as a clinical neurologist in the Neurological Department and Stroke Unit of Belcolle Hospital in Viterbo. Recent interests include patients with epilepsy and epileptic seizure, neurophysiological studies, and antiepileptic pharmacological therapies.