Launched in 2014, SfN's open-access journal publishes high quality papers in all areas of neuroscience.
eNeuro is committed to providing a venue to advance neuroscience research by
- Offering a venue for the international community of neuroscientists to publish all rigorous research, including studies that found negative results or replication studies
- Ensuring the peer review system remains open, rapid, and fair
- Maintaining a fully open-access neuroscience journal that is experimenting with emerging publishing, peer review, and content concepts
- Changing the way science is evaluated and published and transforming the publishing landscape for the better
Recent eNeuro Articles
12/3/18: Reproductive Cycle May Foreshadow Alzheimer's Disease
Female mice destined to develop Alzheimer's-like pathology and related cognitive impairments display a unique pattern of fluctuation in sex hormones during the ovarian cycle.
12/3/18: Timing Could Mean Everything After Spinal Cord Injury
Moderate damage to the thoracic spinal cord causes widespread disruption to the timing of the body's daily activities.
11/21/18: Musical Training Improves Visual Timing
Drummers and brass players are better able to judge the timing of visual stimuli than members of the color guard.
11/12/18: Better Way to Transplant Human Stem Cells
A tissue-like structure created from human stem cells and implanted into a damaged region of the mouse brain improves cell survival and differentiation relative to conventional, cell-based methods.
10/23/18: Mouse Study Supports Stem Cell Therapy for Cerebral Palsy
Neural stem cells can repair damaged parts of the brain and restore motor impairments in mice that display features of cerebral palsy.
eNeuro in the News
10/14/18: Effects of Epilepsy on Neural Activity in Mice Fluctuate with Reproductive Cycle: Study (Xinhua)
“Mice with epilepsy have altered patterns of neuron activity in the portion of the brain that controls the reproductive endocrine system, University of Illinois (UI) researchers found in a study.”
9/20/18: Image of the Day: This Little Piggy (The Scientist)
“Researchers have advanced methods of capturing electrical activity in the hippocampus of the Yucatan miniature pig, according to a study published September 17 in eNeuro.”
9/14/18: Newly Named ieAstrocytes Viewed as a Key Gatekeeper and Mediator of Disease (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News)
“Researchers at the Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) say they have identified an astrocyte subpopulation as the dominant active cell type in vivo in a neuroinflammatory disease setting.”
9/13/18: Eight Ways to Tackle Diversity and Inclusion in Peer Review (The Scholarly Kitchen)
“As the recent Workplace Equity Project survey shows, we are an overwhelmingly white and cis-female industry, with a leadership that is disproportionately white male dominated.”
9/6/18: Even Scientists Jump to Conclusions – And That’s a Problem (Cosmos Magazine)
“The latest in a raft of experiments suggests a predicted “train wreck” in social sciences is under way.”