"The peer reviewed HIV-ADIS journal was established to distribute the most exciting research regarding the subjects of neurology, HIV-AIDS and other current issues in the study of neurology, such as neuroinfectious diseases their pathology. The journal provides a fast turn-around time so that the articles are suitable for further examination and distribution and to make them freely available for further research, teaching and reference purposes.
The Journal of Neuroinfectious Diseases is one of the peer reviewed HIV-AIDS journals created with the aim to distribute outstanding papers in the field of neurology and related infectious diseases. Thus, it empowers future researchers dig into the field who are intrigued by propelling their research in the field of neuropathology instruction in neuroscience. The journal exhibits in profundity of the articles on hypothesis and experimental exploration identified with all fields of HIV-AIDS.
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 peer reviewed HIV-AIDS Journals is essential for the empowerment and the development of global learning and future scientific development.
"With the newly launched OMICS Translation Services authors are now offered a solution to overcome language barriers that used to limit the scope of research to a certain audience. We believe that translation services perform a key role in the emergence of a connected scholarly community. By choosing to get their articles translated into a language of interest, such as French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese or English, authors now have the opportunity to present their research on HIV-AIDS and neuropathology to a truly global audience. So, let us spread scientific knowledge universally and have a positive impact on society.
Last date updated on June, 2014