About the Journal
Aims & Scope
Nature Reviews Neurology aims to be the premier source of reviews and commentaries for the scientific and clinical communities we serve. We strive to publish articles that are authoritative, accessible and enhanced with clearly understandable figures, tables and other display items. We want to provide an unparalleled service to authors, referees and readers, and we work hard to maximize the usefulness and impact of each article. The journal publishes Research Highlights, Comments, News & Views, Reviews, Consensus Statements and Perspectives relevant to researchers and clinicians working in the fields of endocrinology and metabolism, with our broad scope ensuring that the work we publish reaches the widest possible audience. This page gives more detail about the aims and scope of the journal.
About the Editors
All editorial decisions are made by a team of full-time professional editors, with PhD-level qualifications.
Nature Reviews Neurology receives advice and support from an external Advisory Board of internationally renowned neurologists.
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The correct abbreviation for abstracting and indexing purposes is Nat. Rev. Neurol.
ISSN and EISSN
The international standard serial numbers (ISSN) for Nature Reviews Neurology are 1759-4758 (print) and 1759-4766 (online).
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