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06 May / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Carlos Fernando Valenzuela from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Valenzuela serves as the Director of Alcohol Research Training in Neuroscience Program, a NIH-Alcohol Neurobiology T32 Training Grant. His research focuses on modulation of developing and mature neuronal circuits by alcohol (ethanol). He and his team have made important contributions towards a better understanding of the neurobiology of alcoholism and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. We appreciate Professor Valenzuela for his participation and support.

29 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Bryan W. Luikart, Assistant Professor, from The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Luikart and his team seek to understand the role of plasticity in the development and expression of cognitive and affective behavior, particularly, the impact of Pten dysfunction on neuronal physiology (a model for autism) and the role of microRNAs during adult hippocampal neurogenesis. We appreciate Dr. Luikart for his participation and support. 

25 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Tamsyn Elizabeth Van Rheenen from the University of Melbourne, Australia, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Van Rheenen is a young researcher active in the area of cognitive neuropsychiatry. Her research interests include the use of neuropsychological and neuroimaging techniques to study the brain and behaviour in bipolar disorder and related disorders. We appreciate Dr. Van Rheenen for her participation and support.

22 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Hermes Hsiao-Mei Yeh from The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Yeh is the Chair of the Department of Physiology and Neurobiology. He has actively taught in the medical school and graduate school curricula, and has leadership roles in directing graduate education and training at the institutional and national levels. We appreciate Professor Yeh for his participation and support.

12 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Helge Brovold from The National Centre for Science Recruitment of the Ministry of Education and Research, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Brovold is a psychologist and senior adviser with expertise in neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, neural networks and brain function, neurobiology of attention, memory and learning, etc. We appreciate Dr. Brovold for his participation and support.

31 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Steven I. Dworkin from the Western Illinois University, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Dworkin has been internationally recognized for his research on the neuropsychopharmacology of abused substances. We appreciate Professor Dworkin for his participation and support. 

30 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Gerard Martens from the Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Martens is the head of the Department of Molecular Animal Physiology. His research goal is to map the brain from genotype to molecular pathways in neurodevelopmental/neurodegenerative trajectories to neuronal circuitry phenotypes and beyond to behavior. His work has been frequently published in the journals of Nature, Science, and Cell. We appreciate Professor Martens for his participation and support.

29 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Miguel A. Pappolla from the University of Texas Medical Branch, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Pappolla has been among the first investigators to identify evidence of oxidative stress in Alzheimer's disease brain. His scientific work, includes more than 100 publications and book chapters in neuroscience, is extensively cited in textbooks worldwide. He has served the public at large for over 20 years as a consultant for the NIH and a full Professor or Faculty at several of the most prestigious medical schools in the USA (LSU New Orleans, Mount Sinai Medical School in New York City, University of Texas at Houston) where he taught Neurosciences to medical students and medical residents for over 30 years. We appreciate Professor Pappolla for his participation and support.

28 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Aleksander A. Mathé from Karolinska Institutet, Sweden, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Mathé is a senior researcher and professor who is internationally well-known for his expertise and contribution to the field of Psychiatry. We appreciate Professor Mathé for his participation and support.

28 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Linda Larson-Prior from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Larson-Prior has been dedicated to the study on brain states and state transitions, as well as to mentoring, aiming to help talented individuals fulfill their potential in their study and career. We appreciate Professor Larson-Prior for her participation and support. 

22 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Jigar Jogia from Aston University, UK, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Jogia, an academic psychologist associated with the Aston Brain Centre, is a young scientist active both in research and teaching in the field of biopsychology, cognitive psychology, mental health and neuroscience. We appreciate Dr. Jogia for his participation and support.

16 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Jesper Mogensen from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Mogensen is the founder and head of The Unit for Cognitive Neuroscience (UCN) affiliated to the Department of Psychology. He is an internationally well-known neuroscientist with expertise in neurocognitive organization of the brain, neuroplasticity, brain injury, functional recovery and neurocognitive reorganization. We appreciate Professor Mogensen for his participation and support.

16 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Bart Ellenbroek from Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Ellenbroek is an expert specializing in behavioural neurogenetics. He and his group focus on the aetiology and neurobiology of symptoms related to several psychiatric disorders. We appreciate Professor Ellenbroek's participation and support. 

09 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Tomohiro Chiba, Assistant Professor, from the Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Chiba is a neuropharmacologist and molecular biologist who has been focusing on neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's disease, ALS, as well as cancers (breast cancer, gliomas and gastric cancer), from the view point of intracellular signaling pathways such as Jak/Stat. We appreciate Dr. Chiba's participation and support.

03 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Ralph Martins from the Edith Cowan University, Australia, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Martins, the Inaugural Chair of the Centre of Ageing and Alzheimer's Disease in Edith Cowan University, is a world leading scientist dedicated to the research on Alzheimer's disease. Professor Martins, in collaboration with Professor Colin Masters, was the first to propose and demonstrate the foundation of Alzheimer's disease. Following the discovery, he attains one achievement after another both in basic research and clinical practice, and has been extensively publishing in this field. We appreciate Professor Martins' participation and support.

03 Mar / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Diego E. Rincon-Limas, Assistant Professor, from the University of Florida College of Medicine, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Rincon-Limas has been dedicated to the research on neurodegenerative disorders, including Alzheimer's, Huntington's, Parkinson's and prion diseases, etc. He and his laboratory focus on the development and application of new technologies to define the molecular pathways leading to neurodegeneration and to identify potential therapeutic targets. We appreciate Dr. Rincon-Limas' participation and support.

23 Feb / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor James L. Roberts from the Trinity University, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Roberts is an internationally well-known expert, specializing in oxidative stress and brain damage. We appreciate Professor Roberts' participation and support.

02 Feb / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Francisco J. Barrantes from the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Barrantes is an internationally well-known scholar who is active and extensively publishes in the field of neurobiology. We appreciate Professor Barrantes' participation and support.

01 Feb / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor George Perry, Dean of the College of Sciences, in the University of Texas at San Antonio, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Perry is a leading scholar with profound expertise and extensive publications in Alzheimer's disease. We appreciate Professor Perry's participation and support.

01 Feb / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Mark G. Darlison from the Edinburgh Napier University, UK, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Darlison is a distinguished scholar specializing in molecular neurobiology with particular interest on receptors and ion channels, and their role in diseases such as brain ischaemia and cancer. We appreciate Professor Darlison's participation and support.

29 Jan / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Severn B. Churn, Associate Professor and Director of the VCU Brain Bank from the Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Churn is an accomplished scholar with expertise in neurological disorders. He explores the molecular and cellular mechanisms of altered brain function, and has led multiple research projects on the effects of stroke, epilepsy, head trauma and Alzheimer's disease on brain function and nerve cell survival. We appreciate Dr. Churn's participation and support.

25 Jan / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Ricardo C. Araneda, Associate Professor, from the University of Maryland, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Araneda is a distinguished scholar with profound expertise in systems neuroscience, olfaction, synaptic transmission, neuromodulation and pharmacology, etc. We appreciate Dr. Araneda's participation and support.