"Official Journal of the International Neuroendocrine Federation and the American Neuroendocrine Society
Academic Press is pleased to announce the return of Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology, an official journal of the International Society of Neuroendocrinology. This prestigious publication reviews the exciting, rapidly moving, and in some instance, controversial aspects of the broad field of brain-endocrine interactions. First created to update Neuroendocrinology, a comprehensive two-volume review published by Academic Press in 1966, Frontiers began as a series of bound review articles produced on a biennial basis. Converted to a quarterly journal in 1990, Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology has built a reputation for topical authoritative reviews and rates near the top of both neuroscience and endocrine journals in terms of citations and impact.
Frontiers in Neuroendocrinology is comprised of short reviews and commentaries interspersed with more comprehensive reviews. Most reviews are invited; however, the editorial board will consider unsolicited manuscripts that pass critical, detailed peer review. Letters to the editor are encouraged to stimulate debate and discussion. Areas of Interest include:
• Integrative cellular and molecular aspects of hormonally active peptides
• Neurotransmitters that regulate the secretion of hypothalamic hormones
• Comparative and clinical neuroendocrinology
• Interactions between the nervous system and the immune system "