IOS Press (www.iospress.com), established in 1987, publishes around 100 international journals and approximately 120 book titles a year, in a broad range of subjects. IOS Press has a strong neurosciences package, with one of the top journals being the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease (Impact Factor 4.261, according to JCR 2010). In 2010, the Journal of Parkinson’s Disease (www.journalofparkinsonsdisease.com) is launched.
The Lancet Neurology is recognized for providing a global, authoritative and independent forum for the highest quality clinical neurology research and opinion, covering such conditions as stroke, multiple sclerosis, dementia, movement disorders, and epilepsy. The journal’s original research, reviews, commentaries, and news provide comprehensive coverage of global clinical neurology. Stringently edited and peer-reviewed to ensure scientific merit and clinical relevance, all original research is fast-tracked to publication within weeks of submission and published online first. With an impact factor of 21.66, the journal ranks highest among the world’s leading clinical neurology journals (2010 Journal Citation Reports, Thomson Reuters © 2011).
Association of Physiotherapists in Parkinson’s Disease Europe (APPDE)
Karger Publishers is a leading international publisher of books and journals in basic and medical sciences. During the 8th International Congress on MDPD we are pleased to present our new publication "Psychiatry of Parkinson's Disease" www.karger.com/adbip as well as our journals of particular interest: NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES (Editors-in-Chief: R.M. Nitsch, C.Hock, Zürich), DEMENTIA AND GERIATIC COGNITIVE DISORDERS (Editor-in-Chief: V. Chan-Palay, New York) and GERONTOLOGY (Editor-in-Chief: Georg Wick, Innsbruck) Publications are accessible online at www.karger.com/psychiatry , with full-text search of articles and many other services.
7th World Congress for NeuroRehabilitation
16 - 19 May 2012
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
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