Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Chemical Neuroscience.

The New Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Molecular Basis of Neuronal Function.
In January 2010, the American Chemical Society will launch a new peer-reviewed research journal,ACS Chemical Neuroscience, dedicated to understanding the molecular basis of neurological function in all organisms and model systems

will publish high-quality research articles and reviews that showcase chemical, quantitative biological, biophysical and bioengineering approaches to the understanding of the nervous system and to the development of new treatments for neurological disorders.

Scientists—chemists, biologists, biochemists, molecular psychologists, biophysicists, bioengineers and physicians using multiple pproaches to study the nervous systems of organisms ranging from invertebrates to humans across various stages of development, maturation, and aging will be invited to submit their original work to ACS Chemical Neuroscience.

Manuscript submissions will be accepted in August. The journal will be particularly interested in receiving manuscripts that focus on aspects of chemical neurobiology and bio-neurochemistry such as the following:

# Neurotransmitters and receptors
# Neuropharmaceuticals and therapeutics
# Neural development—Plasticity, and degeneration
# Chemical, physical, and computational methods in neuroscience
# Neuronal diseases—basis, detection, and treatment
# Mechanism of aging, learning, memory and behavior
# Pain and sensory processing
# Neurotoxins
# Neuroscience-inspired bioengineering
# Development of methods in chemical neurobiology
# Neuroimaging agents and technologies
# Animal models for central nervous system diseases

Research articles reporting the identification of general principles that govern how information is processed by neuronal circuits; or using genetic model systems in conjunction with system biology, imaging, electrophysiological, and computational neuroscience (neuroinformatics) will also be welcomed.

The New Peer-Reviewed Journal on the Molecular Basis of Neuronal Function.
In January 2010, the American Chemical Society will launch a new peer-reviewed research journal,ACS Chemical Neuroscience, dedicated to understanding the molecular basis of neurological function in all organisms and model systems

will publish high-quality research articles and reviews that showcase chemical, quantitative biological, biophysical and bioengineering approaches to the understanding of the nervous system and to the development of new treatments for neurological disorders.

Scientists—chemists, biologists, biochemists, molecular psychologists, biophysicists, bioengineers and physicians using multiple pproaches to study the nervous systems of organisms ranging from invertebrates to humans across various stages of development, maturation, and aging will be invited to submit their original work to ACS Chemical Neuroscience.

Manuscript submissions will be accepted in August. The journal will be particularly interested in receiving manuscripts that focus on aspects of chemical neurobiology and bio-neurochemistry such as the following:

# Neurotransmitters and receptors
# Neuropharmaceuticals and therapeutics
# Neural development—Plasticity, and degeneration
# Chemical, physical, and computational methods in neuroscience
# Neuronal diseases—basis, detection, and treatment
# Mechanism of aging, learning, memory and behavior
# Pain and sensory processing
# Neurotoxins
# Neuroscience-inspired bioengineering
# Development of methods in chemical neurobiology
# Neuroimaging agents and technologies
# Animal models for central nervous system diseases

Research articles reporting the identification of general principles that govern how information is processed by neuronal circuits; or using genetic model systems in conjunction with system biology, imaging, electrophysiological, and computational neuroscience (neuroinformatics) will also be welcomed.

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