Neurosurgery and Spine Research (NSR)
Hazem A Eltahawy (Editor-in-Chief), Chief of Neurosurgery, St Mary Mercy Hospital, Livonia, Michigan and Director of the Neurosurgery Service, St Joe’s Medical Group, Trinity Health System, USA.
To provide young neurosurgeons with open access updated material on every aspect of modern neurosurgical practice and Spine Research.
Aims & Scope: Neurosurgery & Spine Research is a bimonthly open access peer-reviewed Journal which aims to publish interdisciplinary clinical & translational research on the contemporary field of neurosurgery for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of disorders that affect nervous system and peripheral nerves as well as neurosurgical approaches for the treatment of diseases and disorders of the spine.
The main purpose of a neurosurgery and spine research journal is to provide physicians and scientists with new methodologies, insights, and guidelines leading to more effective management of neurosurgical problems in the broadest sense, to foster the highest quality, ethical, value and evidence-based spine care for patients.
We invite authors to address the following topics which cover the entire range of neurological surgical problems for adult and pediatric patients such as neurotrauma, sciatica, types of spinal deformities that include scoliosis, kyphosis, and spondylolisthesis, cervical or lumbar radiculopathy, spinal stenosis, spondylolysis, spinal tumor, disc degeneration, spinal injuries & fractures.
NSR opens submissions for high-quality articles on cutting edge preclinical and clinical research, literature reviews, case reports, short communications and editorials.
Scientific rigor and quality will be our guiding principles. NSR promotes the timely dissemination of scientific discoveries and their implications for neurological health to the public, health professionals, researchers, and policy-makers.
We encourage researchers and the scientific community to avail this open access platform which is free to use, distribute under the terms of Creative Commons Attribution License by disseminating clinical information globally for improving the quality of neurosurgical care.