About the Journal
Journal of Experimental Stroke & Translational Medicine is Indexed in SCOPUS, Chemical Abstracts Service, Harvester get CITED, Google Scholar, Research Gate- Impact Factor: 1.55*
JESTM is an international, peer-reviewed journal that promotes on-going research and information exchange.
The Journals mission is to:
• Build a closely connected, mutually beneficial network of active scientists who are actively doing experimental and translational stroke research;
• Foster exchange of information on stroke models, experimental and translational stroke research among peers;
• Coordinate hands-on training and promote Standard Operational Procedures (SOP) for stroke models
• Culture an environment that favors identifying and solving problems
Fast Editorial Execution and Review Process (FEE-Review Process):
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