Prof. Konrad Rejdak graduated from the Medical University of Lublin (Poland). He was awarded a PhD in medical sciences from the Medical University of Lublin having worked on endogenous neuroprotection mechanisms in neurological diseases. Prof. Konrad Rejdak trained clinical neurology in Lublin (Poland) and had clinical attachments in Erlangen (Germany) and London (UK). His research and clinical interests include multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and neurodegenerative diseases. Other interests include biomarker discovery and advanced technology devices development for neurological patients. He was trained in clinical biochemistry at the Department of Neuroinflammation, Institute of Neurology, UCL in London (UK) during his Marie Curie Fellowship awarded from EU. He performed several projects relating to the markers of inflammatory and neurodegenerative processes in the course of neurological diseases, publishing the results in international peer-reviewed journals. Currently, Prof. Konrad Rejdak is a consultant neurologists and head of the Department of Neurology, Medical University of Lublin and professor at the Medical Research Center, Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw (Poland). He is a member of the executive committee and president-elect of the Polish Neurological Society.