Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery is online open access, peer-reviewed journal for basic and translational research, across different disciplines and areas. Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery aim to enhance insight in neurological sciences and the perspective for innovation. Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery welcome the submission of papers both at the molecular, subcellular, cellular, organ, and organism level and of clinical proof of concept and translational studies. Manuscripts are accepted to provide a significant contribution to the field with relevance for Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery.
Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery is proud to have a fast peer-review and Editorial Decision process. Manuscripts are normally evaluated by three members from an international panel of reviewers and we provide a first editorial decision within 7 days of receipt. Manuscripts may be submitted as Original Articles, Rapid Communications, or Reviews. The journal also publishes Editorials and comprehensive series of reviews of cases as Special Issues.
Aims and Scope
Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal for delivering and discussing original and current research results worldwide. The journal is based on scientific research but with strong connections to methodologies in general. The journal is meant for researchers, students, and readers interested in current issues. Neurological Sciences and Neurosurgery will be published electronically. It will be easily accessible and will be distributed widely across the world. The journal will contain more than 10 editorial Board members. We also welcome reviews on recent regionally relevant books, news, announcements and presentations of current research, institutions, and significant projects.
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