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Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology

Online ISSN: 2399-9624


Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology is a quarterly open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that encompasses all basic and translational aspects of cognitive neuroscience, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease.

Journal emphasizes on molecular biology, genomics, disease mechanisms, pharmacology, biochemistry, physiology, prevention, early diagnosis and treatment, drug development and findings relevant to the development of new therapies.

Manuscripts may take the form of original empirical research, critical reviews of the literature, brief commentaries, meeting reports, case reports, short communications, innovations in clinical practice, letters and drug clinical trial studies

ADCN welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.adcn@oatext.com

Editor in chief


Will be updated soon.

Editorial Board


Stefano Sensi

Head of the Molecular Neurology Unit
Center for Excellence on Aging and Translational Medicine
University “G. d’Annunzio”
Italy

Leilani Doty

Director
Cognitive & Memory Disorder Clinics
University of Florida (UF)
USA

Mohammad Parvez Alam

Drug Discovery Laboratory
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California
USA


Diana Huang

Central medical school
The university of sydney
The royal prince of alfred hospital
Camperdown, NSW
Australia

Elliott Mufson, Ph.D.

Director, Alzheimer's Disease Research Laboratory
Professor, Department of Neurobiology
Greening Chair for Neuroscience
Barrow Neurological Institute
Arizona, USA

Liam Chen

Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Department of Pathology
Baltimore
Maryland, US


Maria Kataki

Assistant Professor Neurology Clinical
Neurobehavior Division
The Ohio State University
Columbus, USA

Khue vu Nguyen

Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics
University of California, San Diego
School of Medicine, San Diego
California, U.S.A.

Nian Gong, PhD

Department of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Care
University of California
Irvine, CA


Zhong Ming Qian

Chair Professor
Laboratory of Neuropharmacology
Fudan University School of Pharmacy
Shanghai, P.R.China

Viviana Triaca

Institute of Cell Biology and Neurobiology (IBCN-CNR)
European Brain Research Institute (EBRI)
Via del Fosso di Fiorano 64 - 00143 Roma Italy

Xiaozhen Li

Karolinska Institutet
Department of Neurobiology
Care Sciences and Society Division of Clinical Geriatrics Novum
Blickagången 6
141 57 Huddinge
Sweden


Law Kam Chu Gemma

Psychologist
Senior Programme Director of College of Life Sciences and Technology
School of Professional and Continuing Education
HKU, Pok Fu Lam
Hong Kong

Yrd .Doc .Dr Yasar BARUT

Ondokuz Mayıs University
Faculty of Education
educational Sciences
Atakum / SAMSUN
Turkey

Mostafa Almasi

Brain and Cognitive Clinic
# 33, Zartosht Sharghi St.
Valiasr Ave
Tehran, Iran


Shihui Ying

Department of Mathematics
School of Science
Shanghai University
Shanghai, 200444
PR China

MIKHAIL Yu. STEPANICHEV, DSci, PhD

Institute of Higher Nervous Activity & Neurophysiology
Russian Academy of Sciences
Department of Functional Biochemistry of the Nervous System
Butlerova Str. 5A.
Moscow 117485, Russia

Veer Bala Gupta

Scientist
Centre for Excellence in Alzheimer’s disease Research and Care
Edith Cowan University
Joondalup, Perth
Western Australia-6027, Australia.


XIAO-HUA CAO, PhD

Prefessor
East China Normal University
Shanghai Institute of Brain Functional Genomics
Laboratory of Synaptic Plasticity & Behavior
3663 Zhongshan Road (N)
Shanghai, China 200062.

MAGALHÃES, F. E. X.

Brain Mapping and Plasticity Laboratory
Federal University of Piauí
Brazil

Lajos Lakatos MD, DSc.

professor of neonatology
University of Debrecen, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
4032 Debrecen, Nagyerdei krt. 1 HUNGARY


György Balla Md,

Professor
member of the HUNG. ACAD. SCI.
University of Debrecen, Faculty of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics
4032 Debrecen, Nagyerdei krt. 1 HUNGARY

Shaimaa Nasr Amin

Lecturer of Physiology
Cairo University
9 Al Gameya, Oula, Giza
Giza Governorate, Egypt

Dr. Sohair Eltony

Associate Professor
Histology & Cell Biology Department
Faculty of Medicine
Assiut University
Egypt


Giovanni Raffa

Neurosurgeon
The Division of Neurosurgery
University of Messina
Member of the EANS
Member of the SiNch
Italy

Nour S. Erekat

Associate Professor
Department of Anatomy
Faculty of Medicine
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Ar Ramtha, Irbid, Jordan


Review Board


Tao Tan

550 Biomedical Research Building
University at Buffalo
3435 Main St, Buffalo
NY, USA, 14214.

Can Sheng

Department of Neurology
The First Hospital of Tsinghua University
Beijing, China

Dr.P. JAYANTHI

Professor
Psychiatric Nursing Department
Omayal Achi College of Nursing
Chennai


Dr.S.R.Chandra

Professor of Neurology
Faculty Block,Neuro Centre
NIMHANS,Bangalore - 29
Karnataka. India

In Press

Volume 1, Issue 3


Visuomotor behaviors in computer-based reaching tasks by young and older adults: implication for geriatric rehabilitation

Mengjiao Fan Thomson WL Wong

Research article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

June 26, 2017


Brain blood barrier defects and ferric-iron brain accumulation as cause of gradually neurodegenerative brain disease

Lucijan Mohorovic Anna M. Lavezzi Sanja Stifter Vladimir Micovic Eris Materljan

Research Article-Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

July 31, 2017


The effect of Risperidone, Sertraline as monotherapy and in combination with Cholinesterase inhibitors on cognitive functioning due to Alzheimer’s Disease: A randomized clinical trial

Maria Melissari-Tzanakaki Emmanouil S. Benioudakis Georgia Botonaki Theodora Seliniotaki Eirini C Spyridaki Athanasia K Tsoukareli Eleftheria Kyriakoulaki Eleanna Darakis Aikaterini-Ioanna Melissari Alexandra Steiri

Research Article-Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

August 17, 2017


Rauwolfia vomitoria and Gongronema latifolium extracts influences cerebellar cortex

Moses B. Ekong Agnes A. Nwakanma

Research Article-Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

August 20, 2017


A sensory garden in dementia care: from design to practice Balerna Diurnal Therapeutic Centre

Paolo Prolo Enrico Sassi

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

August 24, 2017


Olfactory function evaluation in a 1102 community-dwelling 20-90-year old Japanese population in relation with age, sex and mental decline

Mamoru Yanagimachi Ippei Takahashi Francois Bernier Kentaro Takahashi Shizuka Kurauchi Yuki Mikuniya Akira Sasaki Toshiya Komine Atsushi Matsubara Shigeyuki Nakaji

Research Article-Alzheimer's, Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN)

August 31, 2017


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 2


Low and high doses of Norharmane respectively improve and impair learning and memory in streptozotocin-induced rat model of sporadic alzheimer’s disease

Esmaeili Mohammad Hossein Charmchi Zeinab Heidari Behnaz

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

March 08, 2017


Vascular pathology to vascular dementia is it multifactorial or due to still unknown factors?

Sadanandavalli Retnaswami Chandra Rita Christopher Mubashar Mujawar

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

March 27, 2017


The value of neuroimaging and biochemical markers in characterizing and identifying preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Can Sheng Cuihong Ma Fang Liu

Editorial-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

April 25, 2017


Cholinergic degeneration in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease: Loss of cholinergic phenotype or loss of cells?

Mikhail Stepanichev Olga Nedogreeva Natalia Gulyaeva

Editorial-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

May 09, 2017


Memory, aging & expressive arts: Fostering meaningful art experiences for persons with dementia

Anne Mondro

Prospective article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

June 12, 2017


Archive


Volume 1

Low and high doses of Norharmane respectively improve and impair learning and memory in streptozotocin-induced rat model of sporadic alzheimer’s disease

Esmaeili Mohammad Hossein Charmchi Zeinab Heidari Behnaz

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

March 08, 2017


Vascular pathology to vascular dementia is it multifactorial or due to still unknown factors?

Sadanandavalli Retnaswami Chandra Rita Christopher Mubashar Mujawar

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

March 27, 2017


The value of neuroimaging and biochemical markers in characterizing and identifying preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Can Sheng Cuihong Ma Fang Liu

Editorial-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

April 25, 2017


Cholinergic degeneration in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease: Loss of cholinergic phenotype or loss of cells?

Mikhail Stepanichev Olga Nedogreeva Natalia Gulyaeva

Editorial-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

May 09, 2017


Memory, aging & expressive arts: Fostering meaningful art experiences for persons with dementia

Anne Mondro

Prospective article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

June 12, 2017


Haemodialysis improves uraemic patients’ cognition: a pilot study

Rodrigo T Starosta Marcos Vinícius Vidor Liara Rizzi Fabrício Marques Matheus Roriz-Cruz

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

December 05, 2016


The impact of dementia on migrant communities: A complex challenge in a globalised world

David Truswell

Short Communication-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

December 22, 2016


Alzheimer’s disease: Issues worthy of attention

Can Sheng

Editorial-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

December 24, 2016


An evidence-based technological caregiver skill building intervention for dementia family caregivers: pilot study

Carol J Farran Peter Zurawski Ben R Inventor Janie Urbanic Olimpia Paun

Article Type-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

January 23, 2017


Autonomic dysfunction in patients with Alzheimer’s disease

Neelesh Gupta Sadanandavalli Retnaswami Chandra Malligurki Raghurama Rukmani Talakad N Sathyaprabha

Research Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

January 23, 2017


The amyloid hypothesis is too good to be true

Markku Kurkinen

Review Article-Alzheimer's Dementia & Cognitive Neurology (ADCN

January 31, 2017


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ADCN welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.adcn@oatext.com

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