Since its inception in 1896, the Journal of Experimental Medicine (JEM) has published on a broad array of disease-related topics, including neurodegeneration and neuroimmunology. In the last few years, we have made a concerted effort to attract and publish high-quality neuroscience manuscripts to offer neuroscientists an attractive option for publishing their work in a prestigious journal with broad visibility like JEM.
This neuroscience collection highlights a handful of recent studies published in JEM on mechanisms, models, and potential therapies for neurological diseases, ranging from neurodegeneration and cognitive decline, to neuropathic pain and Autism, as well as the role of immune cells, microglia and macrophages, in CNS inflammation. We hope you will enjoy reading this collection.
If you are attending SfN 2018, we encourage you to contact JEM Scientific Editor Shachi Bhatt at email@example.com to discuss your research.