Celebrating 125 years of the Synapse – Neuronal Signaling themed collection
Open for submissions until 31 May 2022
2022 marks 125 years since Sir Charles Scott Sherrington’s pioneering work on the ‘synapse’, and 90 years since he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, jointly with Edgar Douglas Adrian, "for their discoveries regarding the functions of neurons." Critical to the scope and creation of Neuronal Signaling, the journal wants to reflect on the past 125 years of studying the synapse and ask researchers in the field how Sherrington’s discoveries have enabled and shaped their own work.
We welcome the submission of research, review articles and perspective pieces investigating and celebrating the synapse, with a focus on its role in the context of neuronal signaling and networks. Areas of interest include synaptic structure, architecture and remodelling, chemical signalling at the synapse, synaptic plasticity and targeting the synapse in disease as well as historical aspects.
Join experts in the field contributing on topics such as mGluR in thalamic processing, the history of the synapse, and more.
This special collection will be co-edited by the Editorial Board of Neuronal Signaling. We look forward to receiving your excellent submissions and please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Office for any additional information.
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