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As a result of the significant disruption that is being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic we are very aware that many researchers will have difficulty in meeting the timelines associated with our peer review process during normal times. Please do let us know if you need additional time. Our systems will continue to remind you of the original timelines but we intend to be highly flexible at this time.

Announcing the launch of Mini Reviews

Mini review - two books and a smartphone demonstrating that the article type can be read anywhere

Concise overview articles of key topics in neurodegeneration, which can be read wherever you are, whenever suits you. 

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New Thematic Series - AI in Dementia

AI in Dementia Research

Alzheimer's Research & Therapy presents a thematic series focusing on the use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and related techniques in dementia research. 

Find out more about the series here.

Articles

  1. Authors: Teresa Ximelis, Alba Marín-Moreno, Juan Carlos Espinosa, Hasier Eraña, Jorge M. Charco, Isabel Hernández, Carmen Riveira, Daniel Alcolea, Eva González-Roca, Iban Aldecoa, Laura Molina-Porcel, Piero Parchi, Marcello Rossi, Joaquín Castilla, Raquel Ruiz-García, Ellen Gelpi…

    Content type: Research

Early Career Researcher Reviewer Panel

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Interested in an introduction to peer reviewing articles for Alzheimer's Research & Therapy?

Find out more about our ECR Peer Reviewer Panel!

Aims and scope

Alzheimer's Research & Therapy is the major forum for translational research into Alzheimer's disease. An international peer-reviewed journal, it publishes open access basic research with a translational focus, as well as clinical trials, research into drug discovery and development, and epidemiologic studies. The journal also provides reviews, viewpoints, commentaries, debates and reports.

Although the primary focus is Alzheimer's disease, the scope encompasses translational research into other neurodegenerative diseases.

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