We are proud to introduce Current Research in Neurobiology
(CRNEUR), a new primary research journal from Elsevier. CRNEUR publishes timely original papers, short communications, resources and news & views that cover any aspect of the field of neural science from molecules to mind. We ambitiously aim to be the neuroscientific community's preferred venue for publishing and one that scientists, funders, charities, government bodies and the public can count on for timely discoveries and advances of the highest quality.
Current Research in Neurobiology is a gold open access (OA) journal, which means articles are permanently and freely available. It is a companion to the highly regarded review journal Current Opinion in Neurobiology (CONEUR; 2019 Journal Impact Factor 6.267, CiteScore 10.8) and is part of the Current Opinion and Research (CO+RE) suite of journals. All CO+RE journals leverage the Current Opinion legacy-of editorial excellence, high-impact, and global reach-to ensure they are a widely read resource that is integral to scientists' workflow.
Current Research in Neurobiology topics include: fundamental (discovery) to clinically- or translationally -relevant neural science across the gamut of relevant animal model systems or humans, covering timely topics on structure, function, evolution, sensation, perception, cognition and mind, either in individually-varying 'typical' neural systems or sub-clinical and clinical areas of interest aimed at advancing knowledge or diagnosis, prognosis and treatment options. We also encourage meta-neuroscience, such as empirically robust papers assessing or advancing welfare, ethical issues or efforts to improve research culture and to make it more inclusive.
Neurobiological problems broadly range across the molecular, genetic, cellular, developmental, systems, theoretical, computational and clinical neural sciences. Research work may employ, but is certainly not limited to, bioengineering, neuroimaging, neurophysiology, theoretical, computational, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning, biochemical, evolutionary, developmental, pharmacological, molecular, cellular, anatomical, genetic and neuro-modulation (perturbation or enhancement) approaches that advance knowledge on the structure and function of the nervous system.
Current Research in Neurobiology seeks to be a leader in innovative open access publishing, maintaining quality while being responsive to the various stakeholders, working to improve global research culture and public engagement in the work that appears in the journal pages.
Current Research in Neurobiology builds on Elsevier's reputation for excellence in scientific publishing and long-standing commitment to communicating reproducible biomedical research targeted at improving human health.
- Expertise - Editors and Editorial Board bring depth and breadth of expertise and experience to the journal.
- Speed - Submission and peer review is fast, and publication of final manuscripts is instantaneous.
- Discoverability - Articles get high visibility and maximum exposure on an industry-leading platform that reaches a vast global audience.
Ethics in Publishing: General Statement
The Editor(s) and Publisher of this Journal believe that there are fundamental principles underlying scholarly or professional publishing.
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|Issue volume||Issue year||Planned ship date||Actual ship date|
|2C||2021||Dec 20, 2021|
|3C||2022||Dec 06, 2022|