Molecular Brain is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that considers manuscripts on all aspects of studies on the nervous system at the molecular, cellular, and systems level providing a forum for scientists to communicate their findings.

Editors-in-Chief

  • Min Zhuo, University of Toronto
  • Bong-Kiun Kaang, Seoul National University
  • Tim Bliss, National Institute for Medical Research

Managing Editor

  • Emily England, University of Toronto

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All manuscripts submitted to Molecular Brain undergo a fast, thorough peer-review process. The average time to a first decision from submission is 13 days. For more information about our publication and peer-review process, please see here.

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Bong-Kiun Kaang

Bong-Kiun Kaang
“The brain is the most complex structure in the universe, yet it defines who we are. Molecular Brain is a fast, open access, online journal that publishes high quality papers and thus promotes communication among neuroscientists interested in revealing the mysteries of brain function at the molecular and cellular level.”

Min Zhuo

Min Zhuo
Molecular Brain provides open access publications for neuroscientists. We are especially interested in novel studies using molecular, cellular and integrative experimental approaches. We promise fast and fair review of each manuscript.”

Tim Bliss

Tim Bliss
“It is our goal at Molecular Brain to offer a rapid and open access forum for papers that illuminate the molecular mechanisms underpinning the cellular, network and cognitive aspects of brain function. There is no field in 21st century science that is advancing with such astonishing rapidity, and we hope that Molecular Brain will reflect this excitement.”
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ISSN: 1756-6606