Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements

Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements

From the Editor

Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements (TOHM) [ISSN: 2160-8288], a fully open access peer-reviewed journal, publishes clinical and scientific papers on tremor and hyperkinetic movements. TOHM is indexed in PubMed and PubMed Central. In contrast to other publications focusing on disorders of hypokinesia (i.e., mainly Parkinson’s disease), TOHM emphasizes the non-Parkinsonian movement disorders, giving center stage to clinical observations and research in this area.

Rapid Turnaround Time

A short turnaround time from submission to publication of 4.5 weeks is possible, but is dependent upon the speed with which an author revises their manuscript. The average turnaround time from submission to first decision is 22 days (~3 weeks). The average turnaround time from acceptance to publication is 21 days (3 weeks). 

Selected Recent Publications

In Press

  • Purkinje Cell Cytoplasmic Antibody (PCA-2) related chorea-dystonia syndrome

    Harsh V. Gupta
  • A pilot study of botulinum toxin for jerky, position-specific, upper limb action tremor

    Tabish A. Saifee, Tiago Teodoro, Roberto Erro, Mark J. Edwards, Carla Cordivari
  • Orthostatic Tremor: an update on a rare entity

    Julian Benito-Leon
  • Are gait stereotypies a marker for neurodegeneration in Down syndrome? A prospective observation

    José L. Pedroso, Thiago C. Vale, Orlando G. Barsottini
  • Overuse Cervical Dystonia: A Case Report and Literature Review

    Elliot Hogg, Michele Tagliati
  • Post-Hypoxic Myoclonus: Current concepts, neurophysiology, and treatment

    Harsh V. Gupta, John Caviness
  • Predicting Improvement in Writer’s Cramp Symptoms Following Botulinum Neurotoxin Injection Therapy

    Mehdi Delrobaei

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

The editors and their publisher, Columbia University Libraries' Center for Digital Research and Scholarship, invite you to submit papers to Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements.

The opinions expressed within this journal do not necessarily reflect those of Tremor, its staff, its advisory Boards, or affiliates, or those of Columbia University.