We are pleased to announce that all articles published in Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders are included in PubMed and PubMed Central.
Aims and scope
Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders focuses on scientific investigations into the diagnosis, evaluation and management of patients with involuntary movement disorders. The journal reviews, illustrates and emphasizes clinical phenomenology as an indispensable tool for diagnosis and application of translational medicine to movement disorders. Topics covered in the journal include Parkinson's disease, tremor, dystonia, chorea, myoclonus, Huntington's disease, tics, deep brain stimulation, botulinum toxin, and pediatric movement disorders. Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders is particularly interested in receiving submissions on international perspectives and clinical observations in movement disorders, and welcomes investigations in both hypokinetic and hyperkinetic movement disorders. Video demonstrations of patients are also strongly encouraged.
Steven Frucht is a Professor of Neurology and Director of the Movement Disorders Division at The NYU Langone School of Medicine. Prior to his appointment at NYU, he served as the Director of Movement Disorders at Mount Sinai Medical School, Director of the Movement Disorders Division at Mount Sinai Medical Center, and as an attending at Columbia University Medical Center. Dr Frucht has published over 150 peer-reviewed articles, edited two books, and lectured nationally and internationally. His research interests include clinical phenomenology, experimental therapeutics of myoclonus and focal task-specific dystonia, and the mechanisms underlying hyperkinetic disorders.
From the blog
Deep brain stimulation for movement disorders
Ritesh A. Ramdhani
Dystonia – the twists and turns that life delivers
Victor Fung and Florence Chang
Parkinson’s: risk factors, genetic testing and therapies
Roy N Alcalay
Essential tremor – shaking up the field
Ariel Levy and Robert Chen
Reflecting on the first year of Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders