Journal of Neurochemistry (JNC)

The Journal

Journal of Neurochemistry

Is the official and long-standing journal of The International Society for Neurochemistry. Is dedicated to publishing original findings describing molecular, cellular, and biochemical mechanisms of the nervous system and its immune system. The aim to understand the pathogenesis of neurological disorders can only be achieved by a combined understanding of genetics, signal transduction, molecular mechanisms, developmental aspects, bioenergetics, behaviour and clinical developments, which is reflected by the journal’s eight publishing categories.

Journal of Neurochemistry supports several Open Science initiatives and actively combats the reproducibility crisis by constantly increasing reporting standards in the published articles and educating scientists and students in workshops.

Journal of Neurochemistry

Publishing research in the following categories:

Gene Regulation & Genetics

Brain Development & Cell Differentiation

Sigal Transduction & Synaptic Transmission

Bioenergetics & Metabolism

 Neuroinflammation & Neuroimmunology

 Neuronal Plasticity & Behavior

Gene Regulation & Genetics

Clinical Studies, Biomarkers & Imaging

Publishing

Why publish with Journal of Neurochemistry?

  • Rapid and Rigorous peer review by top researchers
  • Manuscript protection during the review process (scooping policy)
  • Simplified and easy online submission process
  • Fast decision times – 27 days to first decision
  • Rapid online publication, within two days of acceptance
  • Access to promotional and tracking tools to help you maximise the outreach of your article
  • Expanded access for your article – all review articles are free from online publication, and Non-Open Access content is free 12 months after publication

 

Find more information on the Journal of Neurochemistry & Journal of Neurochemistry News.

Gold Open Access

Online Open

Journal of Neurochemistry offers authors an open access option called OnlineOpen, to have their article immediately freely available to everyone, including those who don’t subscribe. ISN members receive a REDUCED FEE of $ 1,000 for Golden Open Access. Further information about the Article Publication Charges (APSc) can be found on Wiley’s OnlineOpen Pricing page.

Open Science Initiative

Recognising the importance of research transparency and data sharing to cumulative research, Journal of Neurochemistry supports the Open Science initiative by encouraging authors to share the data, materials, research instruments, and their research plan by archiving them in an appropriate public repository. Journal of Neurochemistry has implemented three different Open Science Badges that will flag articles in which authors share data or have pre-registered their studies. Open Science Badges (see the Open Science Framework Wiki for further information) are developed by the non-profit Center for Open Science (COS).

Journal app

JNC app available for download now on iTunes and Google Play!

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JNC CHIEF EDITORS 1956 TO PRESENT

Eastern Hemisphere

  • 2011–present J.B. Schulz
  • 2011–present J.B. Schulz
  • 1999–2010 A.J. Turner
  • 1991–1999 G.G. Lunt
  • 1985–1991 K.F. Tipton
  • 1980–1985 H.S. Bachelard
  • 1975–1979 L.L. Iversen
  • 1970–1975 A.N. Davison
  • 1956–1969 D. Richter

 

Western Hemisphere

  • 2011–present J.B. Schulz
  • 2006–2012 S. Murphy
  • 1996–2006 B. Collier
  • 1990–1995 A.A. Boulton
  • 1986–1989 M.B. Lees
  • 1982–1985 W.T. Norton
  • 1978–1981 K. Suzuki
  • 1974–1977 L. Sokoloff
  • 1969–1973 D.B. Tower
  • 1959–1968 W.M. Sperry
  • 1956–1959 H. Waelsch

 

Contact us

secretariat@neurochemistry.org