The only journal devoted to the research on neurological diseases frequency, distribution and determinants in human populations
Aims and Scope
Neuroepidemiology is the only internationally recognised peer-reviewed periodical devoted to descriptive, analytical and experimental studies in the epidemiology of neurologic disease. The scope of the journal expands the boundaries of traditional clinical neurology by providing new insights regarding the etiology, determinants, distribution, management and prevention of diseases of the nervous system. In order to meet the demands of the ever increasing pace in research, Neuroepidemiology is committed to reduce its online publication span to approx. six weeks after acceptance: papers will be published online first, and their printed version will be included in the next scheduled issue. The journal enjoys a high scientific reputation with a continually increasing impact factor and an equally high circulation.
Journal Abbreviation: Neuroepidemiology
ISSN: 0251-5350 (Print)
e-ISSN: 1423-0208 (Online)
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Founded 1982 by B.S. Schoenberg, continued by M. Alter (1989-1996), P.B. Gorelick (1997-2000) and G.C. Román (2001-2007)