|"The Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases is one of the leading open access journals in exploring the connections between HIV-AIDS and neuroinfectious diseases. It was established to distribute the most exciting research regarding diseases which affect the neurological system, such as bacterial meningitis and related infectious diseases. Contributions are published in the form of open access articles related to neurological and neuroinfectious diseases. In order to be suitable for further examination and distribution and to make the articles openly available for further research, teaching and reference purposes the journal provides a fast turn-around time.
The Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases is created with the purpose of publishing the best papers in the field of HIV-AIDS in relation to neurological infectious diseases. The journal promotes approaching specialists who are interested by moving their examination in the field of HIV-AIDS to delve into the field. The journal demonstrates profundity of its articles regarding hypotheses and experimental exploration from all fields of HIV-AIDS and neurological diseases.
OMICS International is one of the leading open access publishers for peer reviewed scientific journals. OMICS Group handles 500 Open Access journals and organizes around 80 scientific conferences annually. OMICS Group is not only confined to journal articlesbut also handles and publishes reviews, monographs and book sections, among others. The advancement of open access is essential for the empowerment and the development of global learning and future scientific development.
Authors can now make use the newly launched OMICS Translation Services. Our experienced and professional translators only translate into their native languages French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese or English. Therefore, we guarantee the best exchange of knowledge and expertise to your targeted audience. The translation process is always followed by strict review procedures to ensure absolute accuracy. This guarantees free communication and exchange between scientists and creates more opportunities for future research on HIV-AIDS around the world. Let us transcend linguistic barriers and spread scientific knowledge universally.