Forthcoming Special Issue on “Age-related brain disease and neuropathological changes”
“Age-related brain disease and neuropathological changes”
This Special Issue aims to provide a broader view and highlight recent developments in brain aging and related research. With the rapid increase in the number of elderly, the heavy burden of age-related brain diseases becomes a significant global public health challenge. Investigating risk and protective factors that influence cognitive and functional status in the elderly and relating the cognitive and functional abilities of well-characterized individuals to neuropathological findings are crucial in understanding age-related neurological disorders. We now invite reviews and original articles related to age-related brain diseases and neuropathology research to this Special Issue. We welcome manuscripts focusing on (not limited to):
- human clinical
- imaging and neuropathological studies
- causes, mechanisms and consequences of brain aging
- vascular brain injury
- neurodegenerative disease
Yi-Cheng Zhu, MD, PhD. Professor and Chair, Department of Neurology, Peking Union Medical College Hospital, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, School of Basic Medicine, Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China.
Chao Ma, MD. Professor and Chair, Department of Human Anatomy, Histology & Embryology, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences & Neuroscience Center, Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, School of Basic Medicine, Peking Union Medical College, Beijing, China.
Submission deadline: 20-12-2022
- Please check the editorial guidelines before submission.
- Submit your manuscript via the following link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/hb. During the submission process, place this note to the Editor: Manuscript for the Special Issue on “Age-related brain disease and neuropathological changes”.
- Although the Special Issue will mainly contain Reviews and Original Articles, other manuscript types such as Case Report, Perspectives, Letters and Methods are welcome if the topics are appropriate.