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Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics

Online ISSN: 2514-4790

Gary W. Jay (Editor-in-Chief)


Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics is a bimonthly open access, peer-reviewed, online journal that encompasses all basic and translational aspects of neurological diseases.

Journal emphasizes on molecular biology, genomics, disease mechanisms, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, 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, innovations in clinical practice, letters and drug clinical trial studies.

Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.ndt@oatext.com

Gary W. Jay


Gary W. Jay, MD, FAAPM and FACFEI, has been working in pain medicine since 1980. Now he is a Clinical Professor of Neurology, specializing in Headache. For the first 25 years of his career, he was a private practitioner running a tertiary care interdisciplinary pain center and worked with pharmaceutical companies as a consultant part-time. In 2005, he became a full-time consultant. He was Clinical Disease Areas Expert–Pain at Pfizer in New London, Connecticut. Then he became Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Archimedes Pharma in Bedminster, New Jersey. Dr. Jay received his medical degree from Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. He completed his medical school, internship and neurology residency there. Dr. Jay was a founder of the American Academy of Pain Medicine (ne: Algology) in 1983 and 1 of 8 founders of the American Academy of Pain Management (now called Academy of Integrative Pain Medicine). He has been president of the Florida Pain Society, The American Academy of Pain Management, and the Eastern Pain Association helping to grow all of these organizations. Dr. Jay has published 5 textbooks on headache, pain and minor traumatic brain injury (mTBI). He has published over 140 articles, mostly in peer-review journals, as well as monographs and textbook chapters. He participated in the IMMPACT group for 8 years with a number of publications in Pain. Dr. Jay is an active speaker in pain medicine, headache, and mTBI.

Editorial Board


WK Tang

Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Milita Crisby

Director
Jakobsbergs Hospital
Sweden

Robert Barkin

Professor
Rush medical college
USA


Baltazar Gomez Mancilla

Executive Director
Neuroscience Translational Medicine
Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
Switzerland

Nelson Stephen L

Associate Professor
Neurology and Neurosurgery
Tulane University School of Medicine
USA

Elisabeth Roudinesco

Associate Professor
University of Paris VII- Diderot
Europe


Giovanni Tosi

Associate Professor
Department of Life Sciences
University of Modena
Italy

Leonardo Roever

Department of Clinical Research
Federal University of Uberlândia
Brazil

RA Reshi

Assistant Professor
Neuro Critical Care
University of Minnesota
USA


Bin Zhou

Assistant Professor
Translational Research Informatics Center
Biomedical Research and Innovation
Japan

Selma Supek

Assistant Professor
Head of the Neurodynamic imaging group
University of Zagreb
Croatia

Rifaat M. Bashir

Neurology Consultant
Arabcare Hospital
Israel


Hongliang Zhang

Associate Professor
Department of Neurology
Jilin University
China

Review Board


Tao Tan

Assistant Researcher
Sichuan Provincial Hospital for Women and Children
China

Chiara Berteotti

Department of Neuro Motor Sciences
Italy

Angel Molina Leon

Medical Assistant
Clinical Neurophysiology
Spain


Ruturaj R. Masvekar

Associate Investigator
National Institutes of Health
Bethesda

Thomas I Nathaniel

Associate Professor
University of South Carolina School of Medicine
Greenville

Jayme D. Mancini

Assistant Professor
New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine
USA


Amit Kumar

Postdoctoral Researcher
Weill Medical College of Cornell University
USA


In Press

Volume 1, Issue 3


Transcranial direct current stimulation enhances recovery from motor deficits following hypoxia-ischemia in neonatal rats

Christopher L. Anderson Benjamin J. Tessler Thomas B. DeMarse Martha Douglas-Escobar Candace Rossignol Rachel Nelson Aditya K. Kasinadhuni Michael King Prodip Bose Michael D. Weiss Paul R. Carney

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

June 19, 2017


Predictors of neurological recovery after surgery of metastatic epidural spinal cord compression

Matthias Setzer Christian T. Ulrich Stephan Dützmann Volker Seifert Candace Rossignol Lutz M. Weise Gerhard Marquardt

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

June 29, 2017


Preparing the young adult with high functioning autism for the social challenges of college

Steven Richfield

Short Communication-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

July 27, 2017


Alzheimer’s disease syndrome – Recognizing the complexity of dementia

Tyler A. Kokjohn Geidy E. Serrano Alex E. Roher

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

August 12, 2017


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 2


Intracerebral haemorrhage growth is influenced by anticoagulation intensity

Weimin Yang Churilov, Leonid Nick Paltoglou Yiting Mao Hui Li Bernard Yan

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

April 24, 2017


Clinical challenges of craniopharyngioma: Neurobehavioral sequelae and complex outcomes

Gordon J. Horn Frank D. Lewis Joseph Pepitone

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

April 29, 2017


Refractory seizures in a term neonate due to pyridoxine dependent epilepsy

Gregory Valentine Ariel Maia Lyons-Warren Elaine S Seto Jonathan Davies

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 05, 2017


Why electromyoneurography instead of electromyography and electroneurography? Electroneurography is essential for interpretation of electromyographic results !

Anica Jušić

Research Article-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 23, 2017


Multiple sclerosis caused by drug-induced hepatitis: A rare case report

Giulliana Helen de Vasconcelos Gomes Rodrigo Marmo da Costa e Souza Elaine S Seto Thiago Monteiro de Paiva Fernandes

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 30, 2017


Using eye muscles to recover visual function, memory skills and the ability to visualize, a review of superior rectus

Kimberly Burnham

Review Article-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

June 08, 2017


Archive


Volume 1

Intracerebral haemorrhage growth is influenced by anticoagulation intensity

Weimin Yang Churilov, Leonid Nick Paltoglou Yiting Mao Hui Li Bernard Yan

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

April 24, 2017


Clinical challenges of craniopharyngioma: Neurobehavioral sequelae and complex outcomes

Gordon J. Horn Frank D. Lewis Joseph Pepitone

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

April 29, 2017


Refractory seizures in a term neonate due to pyridoxine dependent epilepsy

Gregory Valentine Ariel Maia Lyons-Warren Elaine S Seto Jonathan Davies

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 05, 2017


Why electromyoneurography instead of electromyography and electroneurography? Electroneurography is essential for interpretation of electromyographic results !

Anica Jušić

Research Article-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 23, 2017


Multiple sclerosis caused by drug-induced hepatitis: A rare case report

Giulliana Helen de Vasconcelos Gomes Rodrigo Marmo da Costa e Souza Elaine S Seto Thiago Monteiro de Paiva Fernandes

Case Report-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

May 30, 2017


Using eye muscles to recover visual function, memory skills and the ability to visualize, a review of superior rectus

Kimberly Burnham

Review Article-Neurological-Disorders-and-Therapeutics-NDT.php

June 08, 2017


Associations between stroke lesion location and verbal fluency tests in a sub-acute stroke population

Ganesh M. Babulal

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

August 23, 2016


Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) to broca’s area: persisting effects on non-verbal motor behaviors

K. E. Hupfeld C. J. Ketcham H. D. Schneider

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

January 24, 2017


Natalizumab-withdrawal-in-multiple-sclerosis-RR-patients-what-to-expect

Margherita Gardinetti Valeria Barcella Barbara Frigeni Maura Frigo Maria L Fusco Mariarosa Rottoli

Original Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

January 30, 2017


Body mass index correlates with multiple sclerosis disease and symptom severity in women, but not in men

Richter B Cutter G Pandey K Mohn J Bacon TE Kister I

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

March 02, 2017


Demyelination and neurodegenerative changes in serum IgG antibodies to GM1, GD1a and GM3 gangliosides in a patient on dialysis

Vera Kolyovska Velichka Pavlova Ivan Iliev Sonya Ivanova

Research Article-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

March 06, 2017


Delayed radiation-induced lumbosacral radiculoplexus neuropathy – a diagnostic dilemma

Rose M. Domingo-Horne

Case Report-Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics (NDT)

March 24, 2017


Submit Manuscript


Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors. You can submit your manuscript to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.ndt@oatext.com

Publication Charges


Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics is an Open Access journal and we do not charge the end user when accessing a manuscript or any article. This allows the scientific community to view, download, distribution of an article in any medium, provided that the original work is properly cited, under the term of "Creative Commons Attribution License". In line with other open access journals we provide a flat fee submission structure on the acceptance of a peer-reviewed article which covers in part the entirety of the publication pathway (the article processing charge). The process includes our maintenance, submission and peer review systems and international editing, publication and submission to global indexing and tracking organisations and archiving to allow instant access to the whole article and associated supplementary documents. We also have to ensure enough investment to secure a sustainable model which ethically, legally and financially stable.

The publication charges for Neurological Disorders and Therapeutics are USD 1890 / GBP 1480.

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Our financial goals are to:

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Corresponding author or Co-authors has to make the payment on acceptance of the article.

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Editorials, letters, comments, retractions, etc. will be published for free of charge. APC is applicable for the article types like Research, Review, Mini review, Case Reports, opinions etc.

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Corresponding author or the paying institutions should arrange for the payment once they are notified regarding acceptance of the article. APC is exempted for cases in which a wavier agreement has been made in-prior to submission.

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