About Journal

Introduction

Neuroscience is also known as Neural Science. It is the study of how the nervous system develops, its structure, and what it does. Neuroscience concerned with not only the normal functioning of the nervous system, but also with what happens to the nervous system when people have neurological, psychiatric and neurodevelopmental disorders. Neurological disorders are diseases of the brain, spine and the nerves that connect them.

Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders is a paradigm of HSPC to publish a torrent of new experimental results and theoretical insights in order to create seamless integration of the resulting body of knowledge in Neuroscience and neurological disorders. The Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders urges the scientists, doctors and researchers to research and unlock the hidden insights in the field of neuroscience. Best of all, Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders is an open access, publishing all its manuscripts under a Creative Commons license.

Reasons for Publishing

The extension of life expectancy and the ageing of populations globally are predicted to increase the prevalence of many non-communicable, chronic, progressive conditions including neurological disorders. The increasing capacity of modern medicine to prevent death has also increased the frequency and severity of impairment attributable to neurological disorders.

Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders is an initiative of HSPC to publish manuscripts that can raise the issue of restoring or creating a life of acceptable quality for people who suffer from the sequelae of neurological disorders.

Aim of the Journal

Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders aims to publish manuscripts that can be an impeccable record for comprehensive patient care, teaching and training of students as well as contribute significantly to the scientific literature in terms of research. The manuscripts published in Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders aims to be in the forefront of medical research and to be renowned internationally for quality clinical and basic research in the field of neuroscience and neurological disorders.

Scope of the Journal

Journal of Neuroscience and Neurological Disorders prioritizes the study of neuroscience and its role in diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders. The scientists, doctors and researchers are invited to research, develop and send us their valuable manuscripts in the following, but not limited to, disciplines of neuroscience and neurological disorders:

  •     Affective neuroscience
  •     Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
  •     Arteriovenous Malformation
  •     Behavioral neuroscience
  •     Brain Aneurysm
  •     Brain Tumors
  •     Cellular neuroscience
  •     Clinical neuroscience
  •     Cognitive neuroscience
  •     Computational neuroscience
  •     Cultural neuroscience
  •     Developmental neuroscience
  •     Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae
  •     Epilepsy
  •     Headache
  •     Memory Disorders
  •     Molecular neuroscience
  •     Multiple Sclerosis
  •     Neuroengineering
  •     Neuroimaging
  •     Neuroinformatics
  •     Neurolinguistics
  •     Neurophysiology-
  •     Paleoneurology
  •     Parkinson's Disease
  •     Peripheral Neuropathy
  •     Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
  •     Social neuroscience
  •     Spinal Cord Tumor
  •     Stroke
  •     Systems neuroscience
  •     Neuronal morphology
  •     Neuronal plasticity
  •     Neurons
  •     Catsper channels
  •     Hyperpolarization-activated cyclic nucleotide-gated channels
  •     Voltage-gated calcium channels
  •     Voltage-gated potassium channels
  •     Voltage-gated proton channels
  •     Voltage-gated sodium channels
  •     Event-related potentials
  •     Visual-evoked potentials
  •     Transcranial alternating current stimulation
  •     Transcranial direct-current stimulation
  •     Transcranial magnetic stimulation
  •     Channelrhodopsins
  •     Calcium-activated potassium channels
  •     Two-pore-domain potassium channels
  •     Epithelial sodium channels
  •     Long-term potentiation
  •     Synapses
  •     Electrical synapses
  •     Gap junctions
  •     Neuromuscular junctions
  •     Post-synaptic membranes
  •     Pre-synaptic membranes
  •     Synaptic vesicles
  •     Synaptosomes
  •     "
  •     Continuous performance tests"
  •     Stroop test
  •     Neuropsychological testing
  •     Neuropsychology
  •     Neurotransmission
  •     Paleoneurology
  •     Reflexes
  •     Sensory perception
  •     Pitch perception
  •     Hominid paleoneurology
  •     Psychoacoustics
  •     Hallucinations
  •     Hearing
  •     Music perception
  •     Nociception
  •     Parapsychology
  •     Proprioception
  •     Pruritus
  •     Psychophysics
  •     Sensory cues
  •     Sensory deprivation
  •     Sensory receptors
  •     Mechanoreceptors
  •     Nociceptors
  •     Olfactory receptors
  •     Photoreceptors
  •     Taste buds
  •     Smell
  •     Synesthesia
  •     Taste
  •     Touch
  •     Vision
  •     Gustatory receptors
  •     Proprioceptors
  •     Binocular vision
  •     Color vision
  •     Monocular vision
  •     Phototransduction
  •     Auditory system
  •     Visual acuity
  •     Visual pathways
  •     Gustatory system
  •     Olfactory system
  •     Somatosensory system
  •     Pain sensation
  •     Visual system
  •     Visual signals
  •     Auditory cortex
  •     Auditory pathway
  •     Echolocation
  •     Tactile sensation
  •     Eye movements
  •     Sensory systems
  •     Neuroscience
  •     Brain mapping
  •     Deformation-based morphometry
  •     Diffusion magnetic resonance imaging
  •     Diffusion tensor imaging
  •     Diffusion weighted imaging
  •     Surface-based morphometry
  •     Voxel-based morphometry
  •     Arterial spin labelling
  •     Functional connectivity MRI
  •     Resting state fMRI
  •     Brain morphometry
  •     Tractography
  •     Diffusion spectrum imaging
  •     Brainbow labeling
  •     Connectomics
  •     Deep-brain stimulation
  •     Electrocorticography
  •     Electroencephalography
  •     Functional magnetic resonance imaging
  •     Magnetoencephalography
  •     Optical imaging of intrinsic signals
  •     Optogenetics
  •     Transcranial stimulation
  •     Adult neurogenesis
  •     Cortical neurogenesis
  •     Hippocampal neurogenesis
  •     Neonatal neurogenesis
  •     Neural stem cell neurogenesis
  •     Pyramidal cells
  •     Retinal ganglion cells
  •     Anterior horn cells
  •     Axons
  •     Cholinergic fibers
  •     Hippocampal mossy fibers
  •     Myelinated nerve fibers
  •     Presynaptic terminals
  •     Dendritic structure
  •     Neurites
  •     Neuronal dendrites
  •     Synaptic plasticity
  •     Cognitive neuroscience
  •     Axon guidance
  •     Cellular neuroscience
  •     Axon guidance receptors
  •     Chemoattractant axon guidance
  •     Pioneer axons
  •     Proprioceptive axon guidance
  •     Neural stem cells
  •     Neural stem cell neurogenesis
  •     Neurogenesis
  •     Neural crest
  •     Afferent neurons
  •     Inner hair cells
  •     Olfactory receptor neurons