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Pediatric Neurosurgery

Editor: Danielpour, Moise (Los Angeles, CA)

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Focused and Independent Discussions on Pediatric Neurosurgery

Pediatric Neurosurgery publishes new information and observations in pediatric neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, and neuropathology. The focus is on the etiology of neurological diseases, the operative care of affected patients, and outcomes research. In addition to experimental and clinical studies, the journal presents critical reviews on selected topics as well as case histories and reports on advances in surgical technique. This thought-provoking approach encourages the dissemination of information from neurosurgeons and neuroscientists around the world. Published materials are of interest to both researchers and clinicians who study and care for patients with pediatric, congenital, and developmental diseases of the nervous system.

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Portriat David Frim

Prof. David Frim

It is with deep sadness that we were informed of the passing of Prof. David Frim, past Editor in Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery.

Prof Frim significantly contributed to the field of Neurosurgery, publishing 154 peer-reviewed papers, many of which were landmark manuscripts on intracranial cerebrospinal fluid flow and pressure dynamics. As Chair of Neurosurgery at the University of Chicago, he also trained many residents.

Dr. Frim was known for his warm and caring personality, always going the extra mile for his patients, friends, and colleagues alike. He was also a strong advocate for children’s health and worked tirelessly to improve their care. Our thoughts and condolences go to his family and colleagues.

Pediatric Neurosurgery is a Subscribe to Open Journal

The 2024 volume of Pediatric Neurosurgery, a Subscribe to Open (S2O) journal, is being published under the hybrid model. For 2024 (starting with submissions from April 1), access to articles is available under the subscription model and authors may opt to make their articles Open Access by paying an associated fee. S2O aims to achieve Open Access without cost to authors or readers. Under S2O, if subscriptions are renewed to a certain level, that volume will be made Open Access and articles may be published without Article Processing Charges (APCs). The journal's current status of providing hybrid-subscription-based access or Open Access without APCs will be shown on this home page.

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