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Aims and scope

Neurological Research and Practice, official journal of the German Neurological Society, is an international publication with a broad scope reflecting all clinical, translational and basic research aspects of neurology and neuroscience. Neurological Research and Practice provides a forum for clinicians and scientists with an interest in all areas of neurology including, but not limited to, genetics, vascular diseases and critical care, disorders of the spine, movement disorders, neuroimmunology, infections, oncology, epilepsy, neuroimaging and neuroradiology, neurodevelopment and degeneration. The journal will publish research articles, reviews, clinical trial protocols, standard operating procedures, letters to the editor and guidelines.

Featured review: Autoimmune encephalitis in children and adolescents

Articles

  1. Authors: Rainer Dziewas, Matthias auf dem Brinke, Ulrich Birkmann, Götz Bräuer, Kolja Busch, Franziska Cerra, Renate Damm-Lunau, Juliane Dunkel, Amelie Fellgiebel, Elisabeth Garms, Jörg Glahn, Sandra Hagen, Sophie Held, Christine Helfer, Mirko Hiller, Christina Horn-Schenk…

    Content type: Research article

Featured review: Antibody-related movement disorders – a comprehensive review & guide to testing

COVID-19 and impact on peer review

As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times.  Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.

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About the Editor

Werner HackeWerner Hacke M.D., Ph.D. D.Sc. (hon. mult.) FAHA FESC, was Professor and Chairman of the Department of Neurology at the University of Heidelberg in Germany for 27 years from October 1987 until September 2014 and is now Senior Professor of Neurology.

His main scientific and clinical interest is in stroke and critical care neurology. He has pioneered the field of thrombolysis for acute stroke and initiated several new management options for large infarctions including hypothermia and decompressive surgery. He is also a specialist in stroke prevention. He was the principal investigator of several guideline changing studies. He is the Editor and main Author of the leading german language Neurology textbook which is in its 13th edition.

He was the Founding President of the European Stroke Organization (ESO), was First Vice President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN) and the President of the World Stroke Organization (WSO) from 2016-2018.

Prof. Hacke is honorary member of several national societies of Neurology including the American Neurological Association (ANA), the French Neurological Society (SFN) and the Russian Neurological Society.

He holds honorary doctorates from the Georgia State University and from the University of Debrecen, Hungary.

Prof. Hacke has published more than 600 original articles listed in the Science Citation Index. His H-index is 137 (Google Scholar). With more than 110,000 citations he is among the Neurologists with the highest number of publications and citations worldwide.

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