Publishing high-quality molecular and cellular neuroscience research, Neuronal Signaling spans a variety of neuroscientific disciplines, from signaling pathways involved in nervous system development through to neurodegeneration, synaptopathies, psychiatric disorders and other pathologies.
The journal is fully Open Access, publishing online-only, and is supported by Editor-in-Chief Professor Aideen Sullivan, and an expert Editorial Board.
Journal coverage includes basic signaling interests (e.g. neurotransmitters, ions and ion channels, receptors and messenger molecules, and kinases/phosphatases), as well as electrical signaling, signaling in neural circuits, neuroimaging, signaling aspects of pathologies, synaptic transmission and plasticity, and therapeutic intervention. The Journal supports and furthers a number of areas of neuroscience, including (but not limited to):
- Pain and analgesia
- Cognition, learning, fear and memory
- Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
- Psychiatric disorders, mental illness and depression
- Neuropharmacology and therapeutics
Papers describing methodologies as related to signaling research in the neurosciences will be considered.