The DMRF has partnered with Frontiers to launch Dystonia, a Gold Open Access journal.
Dystonia aims to be the leading journal in the field by publishing open access premier research on all basic, clinical and translational aspects of the dystonias. Contributions that open new research avenues and address longstanding questions are particularly encouraged. The journal considers studies involving clinical or experimental human research, animal models, computational or theoretical neuroscience, and in vitro approaches. Case reports will be considered if rigorous studies of individual patients enhance the overall understanding of dystonia pathophysiology or its treatment. Methods papers focusing on a novel approach that adds significant conceptual knowledge to experimental techniques are encouraged.