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Neuroscience Research Notes

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Discipline(s) / Subdiscipline(s):

     1. Medical & Health Sciences
         - Neuroscience

E-ISSN: 2576-828X
Publisher: Neurotak Publishing (BC0008786-U)
Publication type: Electronic
Publication frequency: 4 time(s) per year
Journal Website: https://www.neuroscirn.org/

Contact Info

37 Jalan kantan 2B, Sek. BB8
Bukit Beruntung
48300 Rawang
Selangor
Malaysia

ABOUT THE JOURNAL
NeurosciRN or Neuroscience Research Notes is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers high quality, short and concise research as well as technical reports in all aspect of the nervous system. The journal emphasises meticulously on the hypothesis formation, research methodology, data interpretation and conclusion derived from both positive and negative findings of related research.

AIMS & SCOPE
Articles in the following specialised fields, but not limited to, developmental neurobiology, neurogenetics, neuroinformatics, cognitive and behavioural research involving in vitro, in vivo, animal models on fundamental mechanisms or disorders related to the nervous system will be considered.

The following types of articles will be considered:

  1. Mini Review - concise review of current or updated knowledge or advancements in the related fields.
  2. Research or Technical Notes - short and concise technical report or single or more experiments leading to convincing observations to prove a hypothesis. This type of article must have a clear objective of the study, concise discussion and a clear conclusion. Studies reporting negative findings also fall within this category.
  3. Case Notes - short and concise description of a unique, unusual or novel occurrence of a clinical case or presentation.
  4. Data Notes - short and concise description of a research dataset that highlights the origin and relevance of the dataset to facilitate research reproducibility.
  5. Hypothetical Paper - hypothetical paper involves a critical interpretation of current literature leading to a profound but untested hypothesis.
  6. Views - articles featuring a review, commentary or an opinion on a currently published paper or book.
  7. News - articles featuring a report on local or international neuroscience-related outreach or scientific programmes, obituaries of a prominent neuroscientists as well as individual success stories.
FROM SCIENTISTS TO SCIENTISTS
NeurosciRN is a brainchild of the founding editors which aims to keep the article submission and accessibilty (open access) free of any charges to anyone in the field. Scientific publishing has become an integral part of research in order to communicate experimental findings. Unfortunately, numerous research remain unpublished due to the current trend where only positive and comprehensive studies are preferably considered. Many single experiment observations are important but do not find a place in many journals, especially highly cited and high impact journals. In addition, most institutions do not provide financial support for publication charges leading to a deadlock situation where many studies remain unpublished. NeurosciRN aims to serve as the platform to accommodate these findings while maintaining the fundamental purposes of hypothesis formation and testing in science particularly in neuroscience.

WHY US?
NeurosciRN is managed and run by a bunch of dedicated and volunteered scientists. The journal will serve as a platform for neglected science; science deemed too small, incomplete, with lack of a coherent story or bearing no positive findings but with scientific merit. NeurosciRN will consider your manuscript as long as the study was properly performed and the data or story is adequately interpreted or told. Nothing is too small for us. Only good science or bad science. NeurosciRN will liberate and uncover neglected science that scientists have spent lots of time, funding and effort on. Why keep them in the lab book when you can showcase them and make them known to everyone? Funding has been the main hurdle in preventing the publication of small findings and therefore we make it possible by enabling everyone to access, read and submit to NeurosciRN without any fees.

SUPPORTING & EMPOWERING YOUNG SCIENTISTS
For many years, manuscript writing, submission and publication have been dominated by established and well-funded scientists. Graduate students and trainees are usually lacking the opportunity to write and submit their own research until a rounder story is established. NeurosciRN encourages young scientists to submit their thoughts in a form of hypothetical paper (a smaller review than minireview with one clear hypothesis at the end). Your idea is yours. Putting them together into a hypothetical paper will allow your idea to blossom and potentially attract collaborations. Of course, you can put forward your idea for to test yourself. The choice is yours. NeurosciRN will provide you a platform for early writing-submission-rebuttal cycle while preparing you for your bigger story in a bigger paper.

Language of Articles : English
Article Review Process : Blind Peer Review
Publication Month : March, June, September, December

EDITORIAL INFORMATION:

Editorial Board

FOUNDING EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

  • Dr. Michael KH Ling, PhD (Malaysia/USA)
    Department of Biomedical Science
    Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.
    &
    Harvard Medical School
    Boston, MA, USA.

  • Dr. Norshariza Nordin, PhD (Malaysia)
    Department of Biomedical Science
    Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  • Dr. Noraishah Mydin Abdul-Aziz, PhD (Malaysia)
    Department of Parasitology
    Faculty of Medicine
    University of Malaya, Malaysia.
EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBERS

  1. Dr. Lin Kooi Ong, PhD (Australia)
    Hunter Medical Research Institute
    The University of Newcastle
    Newcastle, Australia.

  2. Dr. Azlina Ahmad Annuar, PhD (Malaysia)
    Faculty of Medicine
    Universiti Malaya, Malaysia.

  3. Associate Professor Pike-See Cheah, PhD (Malaysia)
    Department of Human Anatomy
    Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  4. Dr. Wael MY Mohamed, MSc MD PhD (Egypt)
    Neuroscience Unit
    Clinical Pharmacology Department
    Menoufia Medical School
    Shebin El Kom, Menoufia, Egypt.

  5. Associate Professor Zurina Hassan, PhD (Malaysia)
    Centre for Drug Research
    Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.

  6. Associate Professor Sharmili Vidyadaran (Malaysia)
    Department of Pathology
    Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  7. Dr. Li-Foong Yoong, PhD (Japan)
    RIKEN Brain Science Institute
    Saitama-Ken, Japan.

  8. Dr. Narisorn Kitiyanant, DVM PhD (Thailand)
    Institute of Molecular Biosciences
    Mahidol University
    Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.

  9. Dr. Eric Tatt Wei Ho, PhD (Malaysia)
    Center for Intelligent Signal and Imaging Research
    Universiti Technology PETRONAS, Malaysia.

  10. Professor Bruno Rezende de Souza, PhD (Brazil)
    Instituto de Ciências Biológicas
    Departamento de Fisiologia e Biofísica
    Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
    Brazil.

  11. Dr. Katharina Meyer, PhD (USA)
    Department of Genetics
    Harvard Medical School
    Boston, MA, USA.

  12. Dr. Gao Liyang, PhD (China)
    Key Lab of Ministry of Education for Protection and Utilization of Special Biological Resources in Western China & School of life science
    Ningxia University
    People's Republic of China.

  13. Professor Brian P. Kirby, PhD (Ireland)
    RCSI School of Pharmacy
    Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
    Dublin 2, Ireland.

  14. Dr. Raghava N. Sriramaneni, PhD (USA)
    Department of Human Oncology
    University of Wisconsin
    Wisconsin Institute for Medical Research
    Madison, Wisconsin, USA

  15. Dr. Mohd. Farooq Shaikh, PhD Tech (Malaysia)
    Neuropharmacology Research Laboratory,
    Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences,
    MONASH University Malaysia.

  16. Professor Kheng Seang Lim, MBBS (UM), MRCP (UK) (Malaysia)
    Department of Medicine
    Faculty of Medicine
    University of Malaya, Malaysia.

  17. Professor Amedeo D'Angiulli, PhD (Canada)
    Department of Neuroscience
    Carleton University, Ottawa,
    Ontario, Canada.
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

  1. Professor Seong-Seng Tan, MDS DPhil (Australia)
    The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health
    The University of Melbourne
    Parkville, VIC, Australia.

  2. Professor Rajat Sandhir, PhD (India)
    Department of Biochemistry,
    Panjab University,
    Chandigarh, India.

  3. Professor Ranil De Silva, MBBS MPhil (Sri Lanka)
    Department of Anatomy,
    Faculty of Medical Sciences,
    University of Sri Jayewardenepura,
    Nugegoda, Sri Lanka.

  4. Associate Professor Kah-Leong Lim, PhD (Singapore)
    Department of Physiology
    National University of Singapore
    Singapore.

  5. Professor Said Ghandour, PhD (USA)
    Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology
    Virginia Commonwealth University
    Richmond, Virginia.

  6. Professor Zhi-Qi Xiong, PhD (China)
    Institute of Neuroscience
    Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Shanghai, People's Republic of China.

  7. Professor Nicholas D.E. Greene, PhD (UK)
    UCL Great Ormond Street
    Institute of Child Health
    Faculty of Population Health Sciences
    University College London, UK.

  8. Dr. John Mason, PhD (UK)
    Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences
    The University of Edinburgh, UK.

  9. Professor Munn Sann Lye, MBBS MPH DrPH (Malaysia)
    Department of Community Health
    Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia.

  10. Associate Professor Mary R. Loeken, PhD (USA)
    Department of Medicine
    Harvard Medical School
    One Joslin Place
    Boston, MA, USA.

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