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Movement Disorders(研究方向:临床神经学) (官网投稿)

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Movement Disorders(半月刊),创刊于1986年,出版国家为美国,是一本同行评议的杂志,涵盖了临床和基础科学领域的所有专题。原创文稿,如尚未在其他地方发表的除抽象形式的手稿,关于运动障碍的诊断,治疗,药理学,生物化学,生理学,病因学,遗传学和流行病学的手稿将被考虑公布。
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Author Guidelines

 

Editorial Office Information

 

Jose A. Obeso, MD

Editor-in-Chief

CINAC, HM Puerta del Sur

Hospitales de Madrid, Mostoles and Medical School

CEU-San Pablo University, Madrid, Spain

Phone: 34-91 2673210

E-mail: jaobeso@movementdisorders.org

 

Julie Nash

Managing Editor

Phone: 919-650-1459

Fax: 919-287-2768

Email: mdjedoffice@movementdisorders.org

 

Manuscript Submission Information

 

Submit your manuscripts online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/mds. Please note: Manuscripts submitted online are marked as received on the day of submission, evaluated by the Editor-in-Chief, and assigned to an associate editor to oversee the review process. Papers that are not determined to be of sufficient clinical/scientific interest, focus, or relevance by at least two senior editors may be rejected without review. Through your individual Author Center on this website, you can view the status of your manuscript as it progresses through the review process. Notification of the final disposition of each manuscript will be sent by e-mail to the corresponding author on the day of decision.

 

To submit your manuscript online:

 

Go to the submission website (http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/mds)

 

Click on the "Check for Existing Account" button at the bottom of the opening page. If you do not already have an account, then create one by clicking on the "Create an Account" button. You will then be able to submit your manuscript.

 

Click on “Author Center.” Follow the on-screen instructions carefully. Tables and figures should be uploaded as individual files and not part of the manuscript text. (You do not need to mail hard copies of your manuscript).

 

At the end of a successful submission, you will see a confirmation screen with your manuscript number, and you will receive a separate E-mail confirmation of manuscript reception by the journal. If these two messages do not appear, then go into your Author Center and make sure that you have clicked on the “Submit” button or contact technical support at http://mchelp.manuscriptcentral.com/gethelpnow/question.htm

 

English Language Editing

 

The editor of Movement Disorders strongly encourages authors from non-English speaking countries to have their manuscripts reviewed and corrected by an English language editing service before submission. All submitted manuscripts must be written in clear, correct and unambiguous English. We may reject papers that do not meet these standards. Wiley English Language Editing Services offer expertise in language editing, translation, and manuscript preparation services for International researchers seeking publication in international journals.

 

Wiley’s English Editing Services: http://wileyeditingservices.com/en/

 

Please note that while this service will greatly improve the readability of your paper, it does not guarantee acceptance of your paper by the journal.

 

Video Submission

 

File size limitations: Files may be no larger than 50 MB.

 

General Information: When submitting manuscripts online, authors must indicate whether the article has an accompanying video. Video must be submitted with manuscripts online in a digital format. If an article includes video, the upper right corner of the of the manuscript must be marked “Video is part of ms.” Video clips should be limited to100 seconds unless formal approval is obtained from the editorial office. Authors must also supply, as part of the manuscript, a video legend for the video clip. If the author does not have the capacity to generate an electronic video, the author may contact the editorial office for assistance.

 

Content: Video content should be edited to illustrate the key findings in a concise and informative manner. They should be less than 100 seconds in duration, except for special instances, which must be cleared in advance with the appropriate chief editor. Legends for the video segments should be placed at the end of the article and should concisely and sequentially describe what is seen in the video so that it can be understood by the viewer. Do not repeat explanatory material that is already in text. The video should be of high quality (both in content and visibility). The video should be edited to ensure maximal efficiency and make the specific point; particularly, it should demonstrate the features described in the text of the manuscript. In addition, the video should be labeled and should directly follow the sequence and content of the video legend. The use of text and/or special transition effects between the titles, subtitles and video segments is permitted. The video you submit should be the final product that will be published with the article. The Editors reserve the right to request additional video editing by the authors (which may delay publication).

 

Patient Consent: The corresponding author must confirm in the author copyright form (Article V) that he or she has received a signed release form from each patient videotaped authorizing the offline and/or online distribution of this video material. Manuscripts with videos will not be accepted for publication until the signed copyright form (Article V) with appropriate documentation is received. For tips on preparing your video for submission, see the Technical Note by Jog and Grantier on digital video preparation. This article appears in volume 16, issue 6, and is available to all readers.

 

Policy Regarding Inappropriate Submissions and Publications

 

The editors, members of the editorial board, and publisher's staff at Movement Disorders take their responsibility seriously to assure that the highest ethical publishing standards are maintained by assisting in safeguarding the medical scientific literature against fraudulent publications. Please note manuscript submissions are now submitted for plagiarism detection through CrossCheck. Wiley‘s policy is based on the 'Guidelines on Good Publication Practice' published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and can be found at Author Services. Examples of fraud in scientific research include (but are not limited to):

 

1) The submission of duplicate publications using similar data (i.e., attesting that work submitted is original when, in fact, it was submitted to or accepted by another journal);

2) Falsification of data, copyright, or information regarding conflict of interest;

3) Submission of work from other sources that was not done by the author and is presented as a new and original (plagiarism);

4) Authorship (allowing one’s name to appear as an author or adding an author to a manuscript) without substantial input or without having agreed to submission of the manuscript.

 

The above examples are not meant to be a comprehensive list of fraudulent publication practices. Rather, it should provide adequate basis for careful consideration of avoidable conflicts and editorial scrutiny regarding inappropriate preparation and submission of manuscripts.

 

Manuscripts that have appeared in publications that are not peer-reviewed, are not registered in Pub Med, or are available only on the Internet, will be considered for publication in Movement Disorders as long as the Editor is informed and grants approval prior to submission of the manuscript for review.

 

If there are questions as to any issues regarding inappropriate submission, the Editor should be consulted prior to the submission. If a submitted or published manuscript is discovered or suspected to be inappropriate, the authors will be asked for a written explanation. If the rationale provided by the authors remains unsatisfactory in the judgment of the editors, the manuscript will be rejected or retracted. Retractions become a matter of public record and are registered in Pub Med. The provost (or equivalent) of the authors' academic institutions will be informed of inappropriate submissions or publications, and the authors will not be allowed to subsequently submit their research to MDS. The leadership of MDS will also inform the editors and publishers of other journals that have published such manuscripts.

 

主编辑

 

Jose A. Obeso 博士,

马德里医院CINAC 博士和 西班牙

圣地亚哥大学圣地亚哥大学

马德里西班牙

 

加拿大 不列颠哥伦比亚省温哥华 副主编

Jon Stoessl

 

 

助理编辑

Maria Stamelou

雅典,希腊

 

管理Edtor

Julie Nash

电话:919-267-6831

电子信箱:julie@jjeditorial.com

 

副编辑

Christopher S. Coffey

爱荷华市,爱荷华州,美国

 

克里斯汀·克莱因·

吕贝克,德国

 

Jeffrey H. Kordower

芝加哥,伊利诺伊州,美国

 

Stephane Lehericy

巴黎,法国

 

Connie Marras

多伦多,安大略省,加拿大

 

法国Olivier Rascol

图卢兹

 

 

西班牙的Maria C. Rodriguez-Oroz San Sebastia

 

约翰·罗斯威尔

伦敦,英国

 

David G. Standaert

BirminghamAlabamaUSA

 

Daniel Weintraub

Philadelphia,宾夕法尼亚州,美国

 

国际编委

 

Lars Bertram

Luebeck,德国

 

Mark Cookson

Bethesda,马里兰州,美国

 

Jean-Christophe Corvol

巴黎法国

 

Mark Edwards

伦敦,英国

 

Jordan J. Elm

Charleston,南卡罗来纳州,美国

 

Roberto Erro

Salerno,意大利

 

Susan Fox

多伦多,安大略省,加拿大

 

Victor Fung

Westmead,澳大利亚

 

 

美国伊利诺伊州芝加哥 Jennifer G. Goldman

 

 

以色列特拉维夫的 Jeffrey M. Hausdorff

 

以色列

以色列耶路撒冷

 

Marjan Jahanshahi

伦敦,英国

 

 

德国柏林 Andrea A. Kuhn

 

 

澳大利亚悉尼 Kishore R. Kumar

 

 

美国加利福尼亚州圣地亚哥Eliezer Masliah 美国

 

纽约麦克麦克

德莫特罗切斯特

 

英国Mollenhauer

卡塞尔和哥廷根,德国

 

迈克尔·

奥肯盖恩斯维尔,佛罗里达州,美国

 

 

印度班加罗尔 Pramod Pal

 

Stella Papa

亚特兰大,佐治亚州,美国

 

Ron Postuma

蒙特利尔,魁北克,加拿大

 

 

西班牙的Maria Rodriguez-Oroz San Sebastian

 

苏珊·施奈德

慕尼黑,德国

 

Anette Schrag

伦敦,英国

 

Andrew Singleton

Bethesda,马里兰州,美国

 

D. James Surmeier

芝加哥,伊利诺伊州,美国

 

高桥隆佑

京都京都

 

Stephane Thobois

里昂,法国

 

David Vaillancourt

Gainsville,佛罗里达州,美国

 

Jerrold Vitek

MinneapolisMinnesotaUSA

 

Caroline H. Williams-Gray

剑桥,英国

 

美国堪萨斯州堪萨斯城

凯利·里昂凯利·里昂(CELL Editor


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