International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology

Movement Disorders Open Access Journals

Movement Disorders, the official Journal of the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society, may be a highly read and referenced Journal covering all topics of the sector – both clinical and basic science. Subscribers receive supplements on special topics additionally to the monthly problems with the Journal. The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is pleased to announce that the Movement Disorders Journal impact factor has increased to eight .324, now ranking 11 out of 197 neurology titles, consistent with the 2017 Clarivate Analytics InCites Journal Citation Reports rankings. The impact factor of a tutorial journal may be a performance measure supported the yearly average number of citations to recently published articles during the previous two years. This latest statistic marks the 10th consecutive year that the impact factor for the Journal has increased. Furthermore, it shows nearly a 17.7% increase, rising from 7.072 in 2016. The continued increase in impact factor reflects the amount of citations resulting from the top quality research being published in Movement Disorders. The Journal of Movement Disorders may be a peer-reviewed open access journal that officially represents the Korean Movement Disorder Society (KMDS). The ISO abbreviation of the title is “J Mov Disord”. JMD launched on April 30, 2008, with Issue 1 of Volume 1. JMD has been published triannually since 2015 and is released on the last days of January, May, and September. there's no article-processing charge or page charge issued to authors. The JMD is currently indexed, tracked, and covered by PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), ESCI by Clarivate Analytics, Scopus, Korea Citation Index (KCI), DOAJ, KoreaMed, CrossRef, and Google Scholar. Subscription to JMD is free for members of KMDS and contributors to JMD or KMDS. For subscription or inquiries, please contact the JMD editorial office.

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