• Thematic Section on "Advances in Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation"


    Over the past few decades, significant progress has been made in both our scientific comprehension and therapeutic approaches concerning neuromuscular disorders (NMDs) and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). These advancements have considerably expanded our treatment options for conditions impacting the neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems, reflecting an enduring commitment to enhancing outcomes and the quality of life for individuals suffering from these disorders.

    The thematic section titled "Advances in Musculoskeletal and Neuromuscular Rehabilitation" offers a platform for disseminating the latest research and innovations in the dynamic fields of musculoskeletal and neuromuscular rehabilitation. Read more.

  • Thematic Section on Muscle Satellite Cells in Health and Disease


    Dear Colleagues,

    Skeletal muscle is capable of self-repair and locally regenerates by resident stem cells, named satellite cells, which ensure lifetime muscle fiber homeostasis, hypertrophy, repair, and regeneration. Poor satellite cell function has great implications for muscle health and has recently been associated with a new class of neuromuscular conditions named Satellite Cell-opathies (

    With the Satellite cells recently entering their 6th decade since the discovery, the European Journal of Translational Myology (EJTM) is delighted  to dedicate a thematic section to this essential cell population, while celebrating the journal's recently achieved impact factor: EJTM has obtained an IF of 2.2 and a 5-year value of 2.1 (ranking 130/189, Q3 percentile in Clarivate’s MEDICINE, RESEARCH, AND EXPERIMENTAL category).

    The main purpose of this thematic section, titled ‘Muscle Satellite Cells in Health and Disease’, is to gather new experimental insights or challenging review articles that aim to shed light on the intricate cellular and molecular mechanisms governing the role of satellite cells in maintaining skeletal muscle homeostasis.  The collection will contribute to a better understanding of the function of muscle stem cells in tissue development and regeneration in health and disease, possibly proposing potential therapeutic approaches for pathological conditions where muscle homeostasis is compromised.


  • Great News


    Clarivate today has just published the new edition of the Journal Citation ReportEuropean Journal of Translational Myology achieved an initial impact factor of 2.2! In the Clarivate’s “MEDICINE, RESEARCH & EXPERIMENTAL" category, EJTM ranks 130/189, Q3 percentile. 

    We would like to express our gratitude to everyone who contributed to the journal. Their continued trust and engagement have motivated us to strive for excellence and continue pushing the boundaries of research.

    As we celebrate this remarkable accomplishment, we remain committed to upholding the highest standards of academic publishing. We will continue to provide a platform for groundbreaking research and foster an environment that promotes collaboration and innovation. Together, we will continue to make significant contributions to the advancement of knowledge and the progress of our fields.

    We look forward to sharing more exciting developments and groundbreaking research with our audience in the future.