Archives of Neurosurgery

About This Journal

Archives of Neurosurgery only publishes scientific papers in English. We do not accept any teaching materials or non-English papers.

Publisher: Mexican Society for Neurosurgery. Hosting by Digital Commons Premier, an Elsevier service

ISSN: To be obtained, aiming for 2 years from now.

Impact Factor: To be obtained, aiming for 3 years from now.

Rate of Publication: Quarterly (3 issues a year)

Launch Date: End of April 2020

Peer-Reviewing: This journal operates a single blind review process. All contributions will be initially assessed by the editor for suitability for the journal. Papers deemed suitable are then typically sent to a minimum of two independent expert reviewers to assess the scientific quality of the paper. The Editor is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles. The Editor's decision is final.

Directive Editor: José Antonio Soriano Sánchez

Editor-in-Chief: Fiacro Jímenez Ponce

Managing Editor: José Alberto Israel Romero Rangel

The Archives of Neurosurgery logo can be seen below and was created in a collaboration between the Archives of Neurosurgery's editorial team and the Digital Commons design team.

Archives of Neurosurgery Logo


The “Logo” is formed by the Journal Name outside; the following description explains its characteristics: Figure

“The book” represents scientific knowledge in neurosurgery. “The circle with the name inside” represents the neurosurgical community around the world. The “ANS” letters represent the abbreviated form of the Journal´s name, “Archives of Neurosurgery.” The left and right images around ANS letters inside the Figure represents two key instruments in the surgical praxis of every neurosurgeon around the world, the Malice bipolar and the Hudson Tree, providing a common language for all of us.

“Archives of Neurosurgery” name appeals to the historical value of research that fosters the great achievements and knowledge development in the neurosurgical praxis, as a contribution to humanity

Blue and White (light gray) colors represent the colors of the Mexican Society of Neurosurgical Society.

Together, they represent the joint efforts of the global neurosurgical research community: “The neurosurgical knowledge that guides our praxis.”

Original Draft: José Alberto Israel Romero Rangel. Style Validation, Appropriateness and Approval: José Antonio Soriano Sánchez. Professional Edition and Suggestions, Visual Improvement and Final Edition: Digital Commons Design Team.