International Journal of Neuroimaging

ISSN: Coming Soon

IJNI

Aims and Scope

To submit articles concerning "COVID-19", check the "Note" at the bottom of this page.

International Journal of Neuroimaging focuses on the whole range of human nervous system disease, neoplasia, tumors, lesions, cerebral vascular arterial diseases, epilepsy, infectious disease, toxic metabolic diseases, including stroke, neoplasia, degenerating and demyelinating diseases.
IJNI accepts and publishes Original Research, Review, Literature review, Conference proceedings, Case reports, Short communication, Thesis, Letter to editor and Editorials covering the areas like models of brain function, as well as positions on contentious issues. 
The Journal of Neuroimaging covers a wide range of neurological imaging techniques in a practical clinical context, including:

  • Advancements in neuroimaging
  • Advances in neuroradiology
  • Analysis methods
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Aneurysm: natural history and endovascular treatment
  • Arteriovenous malformations and angiography
  • Beyond proton imaging
  • Biomarkers in neuroimaging
  • Biomedical imaging informatics
  • Brain mapping
  • Carotid ultrasound andtcd
  • Cerebrovascular disorders and imaging
  • Neuro-nursing
  • Clinicalneuroradiology
  • Cognition and aging
  • Cognitiveneurology and brain mapping
  • Communication, language, and learning
  • Computational modeling and analysis
  • CT
  • Diffusionmr imaging
  • Diffusion tensor imaging technique
  • Diffusional kurtosis imaging
  • Endovascular management of stroke
  • Endovascular surgical neuroradiology
  • Fractional anisotropy
  • Functional and structural neuroimaging
  • Functional imaging
  • Functionalmri
  • Functionalmri acquisition and physics
  • Functional neuroanatomy
  • Functional neuroimaging
  • Functionalneurology
  • Functional neurosurgery
  • Imaging radiology and fusion imaging
  • Interventional radiology
  • Molecular imaging and drug designing
  • Mri
  • Multi-modality functional neuroradiology
  • Musculoskeletal imaging
  • Neuroendocrine immunology
  • Neuroimaging
  • Neuroimaging in neurological disorders
  • Neurology and neuroscience
  • Neuro-psychiatry and neuroimaging
  • Neuroradiology
  • Pet
  • Positron emission tomography
  • Radiation and patient safety
  • Radiation technology
  • Radiation technology in neuroscience
  • Radiation toxicity and patient safety
  • Radio immunotherapy
  • Rapid growing neuroimaging and interventional radiology
  • Scalable brain atlas
  • Sensorimotor processing
  • Social neuroscience
  • Spect
  • Spine intervention
  • Traditional task-based functionalmri
  • Transparent animal model for neuroimaging
  • Ultrasound and mammography
  • Xenon CT

NOTE:

  • Journal of Current Viruses and Treatment Methodologies (JVAT) is currently focusing on the COVID-19, a zoonotic disease caused by a new virus named “Coronavirus”. Therefore, concerning the articles related to the Coronavirus are welcomed.
  • Submit your articles at https://openaccesspub.org/manuscript-submission-form
  • The new coronavirus and its disease were known after the outbreak began in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Coronavirus is rapidly spreading around the world, reaching every continent except Antarctica. 

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