30 December 2021
We are Pleased to Announce the Launch of Our New Website!
We have introduced a new website as of 30 December 2021. The old website is shutdown from now on, no information updated. Please visit the new website for up-to-date information: Welcome to our Journal’s newly improved website, upgraded with many enhancements and new features. We are very excited to share a few of our favorites with you! International Layout Design! The journal's webpages refer to the international product features in many aspects during the design process, giving you a more comfortable visual experience. “For Authors”—It should be easy for our Authors! A dedicated For Authors menu takes authors through the journey of author guidelines, submission process and instructions, with a direct link to the submission page. Article Features Galore! The new site has many new features to enhance the readers’ experience as well as highlighting the important work of our authors. Opportunities for further dissemination now exist using social media tools and real-time analytics such as: "Downloads" PDF on a list of articles page provides real-time analytics of the number of downloads for each article. Integrate PlumX to show the PlumX indicators of the article more clearly. Full text quick navigation. Article level abstract page. Recommend Articles byAuthor - provides a list of articles by clicking on the author's name. Details on how to cite an article in various formats. New article view XML format for articles published 2019 and later provide: - Simpler and cleaner way to view an article. - Main body text of an article is separated from the references and tables/figures.   We hope you enjoy the new site and find it as valuable as we have in providing a world class scholarly publication. Do you have any questions or feedback? We would love to hear from you!   The IMR Press Technical Team  
19 November 2021
20th Anniversary of Journal of Integrative Neuroscience
Dear authors and reviewers,The year 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, a peer-reviewed open access journal devoted to the publication of leading-edge research at the interface of theoretical and experimental neuroscience. Journal of Integrative Neuroscience has published more than 450 papers from more than 900 authors. More than 1350 reviewers have submitted at least one review report. We value the contributions made by authors and reviewers. To celebrate this 20th anniversary, we are arranging a series of special content and events. We hope you can join us to celebrate this milestone of our journal. If you would like to know more the details, please feel free to contact the JIN Editorial Office ( OfficeJournal of Integrative Neuroscience 22 January 2021
19 November 2021
New Online Submission System
Dear authors and reviewers, We are glad to inform you that for the greater convenience of our authors and reviewers, we have upgraded our online submission system ( The new submission system is now in operation and the old one has been invalid from 15 January 2021. As this two systems could not be intercommunicated, you may submit your articles or referee reports via the new one. If there's any question or requirement during the manuscript processing, please feel free to contact the JIN Editorial Office ( We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause to you.   Editorial OfficeJournal of Integrative Neuroscience 19 January 2021
19 November 2021
Grateful Policy for Reviewer
We appreciate the efforts and time our peer reviewers contributed during the publication process of an article. It is reviewers’ effort to ensure the high quality of papers published in journals of IMR Press. Despite the reviewing work is often unseen and unrewarded, we are striving to recognize our reviewers who generously give their energy to serve for IMR Press.   Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 22 September 2020
22 November 2021
Development and 3D Modeling of the Human Brain
9–12 December 2019 Abstract Deadline: 14 October 2019 Organizers: Guo-li Ming, University of Pennsylvania - Perelman School of Medicine Sergiu Pasca, Stanford University We are pleased to announce the second Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory winter conference on Development and 3D Modeling of the Human Brain. The goal of this meeting is to bring together researchers from diverse fields to discuss advances in neural differentiation of pluripotent stem cells, including 3D brain organoids and assembloids, and their contribution to the understanding of human brain development, evolution and disease. The meeting will begin on the evening of Monday, 9 December 2019, and end after lunch on Thursday, 12 December. Abstracts should contain new and unpublished material. Selection of material for oral and poster presentation will be made by the organizers and session chairs. Topics: ·  Human Brain Development and Evolution ·  Human Brain Development II ·  Brain Models, Development and Disease I ·  Brain Models, Development and Disease II ·  Brain Models, Development and Disease III For more information:
22 November 2021
Neuronal Circuits
18–21 March 2020 Abstract Deadline: 10 January 2020 Organizers: Gwyneth Card, HHMI Janelia Farm Research Campus Florian Engert, Harvard University Fritjof Helmchen, Brain Research Institute, Switzerland Vanessa Ruta, The Rockefeller University Call for Nominations: Larry Katz Memorial Lecture - deadline to submit: 15 January 2020 We are pleased to announce the eighth Cold Spring Harbor conference on Neuronal Circuits, which will begin at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, 18 March and run through lunch on Saturday, 21 March 2020. A comprehensive description of neuronal circuitry, an old dream of neuroscientists, is about to become a reality with recent technological advances. As these advances have been made in different model organisms and systems, there is a need for a forum where neuroscientists studying various neuronal circuits could exchange ideas. This CSHL meeting will allow for neuroscientists working on neuronal circuits in a wide range of model organisms, from invertebrates to mammals, to come together and discuss their research. Contributions from research, centered on neuronal circuits involving anatomical, physiological, theoretical and behavioral approaches, will be encouraged. Topics: ·  Technology ·  Innate Behaviors ·  Learned Behaviors ·  Internal States ·  Social Behaviors ·  Controlling Behavior ·  Goal Directed Behavior For more information:
22 November 2021
From Neuroscience to Artificially Intelligent Systems (NAISys)
24–28 March 2020 Abstract Deadline: 10 January 2020 Organizers: Raia Hadsell, DeepMind, United Kingdom Blake Richards, Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms, Canada Anthony Zador, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory We are pleased to announce a new Cold Spring Harbor conference at the intersection of neuroscience and artificial intelligence, which will begin at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, 24 March and run through lunch on Saturday, 28 March 2020. Artificial intelligence (AI) and neural networks have long drawn on neuroscience for inspiration. However, in spite of tremendous recent advances in AI, natural intelligence is still far more adept at interacting with the real world in real-time, adapting to changes, and doing so under significant physical and energetic constraints. The goal of this meeting is to bring together researchers at the intersection of AI and neuroscience, and to identify insights from neuroscience that can help catalyze the development of next-generation artificial systems. Abstracts are welcomed on all scientific topics related to the interface between neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Topics of interest include but are not limited to network architectures, computing with spiking networks, learning algorithms, active perception, inductive bias, meta-learning, and online learning. For more information:
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