BraYn meets MDPI

Dear BraYn member,

We are pleased to announce that Neurology International, in collaboration with BraYn, has organized the Special Issue Fourth Brainstorming Research Assembly for Young Neuroscientists (BraYn). This Special Issue topic covers the themes discussed at the BraYn conference, and is now open for submission.

As member of the association, through this collaboration, you will have the opportunity to get:

• the abstract submitted to the BraYn conference, published in the Special Issue (prior submitting author consent)
• two Poster Awards (300 CHF each, cash)
• five waivers in this Special Issue (first-come, first-served basis)
• for the rest of accepted papers, a 30% discount is given for each article.

In this Special Issue, original articles or reviews reporting how new experimental or clinical data promote the understanding of biological processes from different disciplines of neuroscience, including neuroimmunology, neuronal plasticity-neurophysiology, neurodegeneration, neuro-oncology, paediatric neuroscience, and neuroimaging, are welcome. We aim at providing a collection of high-impact manuscripts dissecting the unknown or lesser studied aspects of neuroscience. The final goal of this Conference Special Issue is to help young neuroscientists to reconsider their basic knowledge. We invite young colleagues from all neuroscience disciplines to systematically exchange knowledge about their clinical or basic research publishing in the present special issue.

Please, check out all the details at the following link:

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 5 May 2022.
Don’t miss this opportunity!
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