Neural Development, launched a year ago under the guidance
of Editors-in-Chief Andrew Lumsden, Joshua Sanes, Bill Harris, and Rachel Wong,
celebrates its 1st birthday with a special Editorial,
highlighting the successes and future directions of the journal.
Since launch, Neural
Development has become a must-read within the community, filling a vacant
niche in journal coverage for developmental neurobiologists. Articles published have been of a
consistently high quality, cover the breadth of the field, and come from labs
all over the world. Several articles have been selected by the literature evaluation service Faculty
of 1000, and many articles are “highly accessed”.
Development plans to
build on the successes of the last year by introducing new features; of
particular interest is the development of “head-to-head” reviews from key
proponents of contemparily contentious issues.
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Happy Birthday Neural Development!
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