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Call for Articles, Knowledge Center of the Neuroscience Initiative

Connections - Neuroscience InitiativeThe Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation has launched an informatory article database termed the Knowledge Center (Library of Congress ISSN pending). The Initiative is requesting articles and news pieces on a broad range of neuroscience, medicine, and neuropsychology related fields, including, but not limited to, Alzheimer's disease, Autism, Bipolar Disorder, Parkinson's disease, Schizophrenia, Mental Health Stigmatization, Pharmacology, Psychosocial Interventions, Neuro-technologies, Neuro-informatics, Neuro-chemical Studies, and Molecular Neuropsychiatry.  We also welcome contributions in any field related to the science, technology, history, sociology, and/or ethical features of neurology and/or mental health.  Articles are primarily written for a general audience.

NOTE: For scholarly publications, The Initiative is has venturing into an open-access academic journal entitled Brain Sciences & Neuropsychiatry and the Editorial Board will consider contributed materials to the Knowledge Center as potential commentary for the journal.

The requirements for article contributions to the Knowledge Center of the Neuroscience Initiative are straightforward:

  • You must possess, secure, and will retain copyright for the contributed work;
  • The work must be related to neuroscience, medicine (including psychiatry), or psychology, stigmatization, biotechnology, neuroengineering, or historical aspects of neurological and mental health disorders; and
  • You must be a member of the Initiative (membership registration is complimentary).

To submit works that meet the above requirements, please complete the Article Submission Form.

For further information, please contact the Coordinator of the Knowledge Center, Mr. Chris McCann.

Chris McCann Email

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