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About Neural Cell News


Neural Cell News has been keeping scientists informed with one convenient weekly newsletter covering the most current neuroscience research articles and news updates since 2009. Connexon Creative is pleased to provide this resource, which facilitates the communication and progress of cutting-edge neural cell research in the global scientific community. Neural Cell News keeps scientists up-to-date while saving them valuable time.


Neural Cell News is curated by members of our expert editorial team, who compile and summarize the most recently published research and review articles in the neuroscience field every week. By keeping on top of the most recent, relevant articles and reviews published in high impact peer reviewed journals, press releases from respected research institutions, and industry updates from key biotech and pharma companies, our team ensures that Neural Cell News features the science news that matters to neuroscience experts. Specific research topics include neural development and neuroregeneration, neural signaling related to cellular responses and behavior, and synaptic plasticity. In addition, research into the diagnosis, progression, cellular characteristics, and treatment of brain diseases such as Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and various brain cancers, as well as brain damage resulting from infection, trauma, stroke, seizures, and tumors, is also covered. The Industry and Science News sections of Neural Cell News feature recent clinical trial updates in areas such as the use of neural stem cell therapies to treat brain and spinal cord injuries, as well as announcements related to new drug therapies, awards and funding opportunities. Finally, the Job and Events sections keep readers informed of the newest career opportunities and conference listings in the neuroscience field.


Sent to more than 6,000 members of the international neuroscience community weekly, Neural Cell News is one of Connexon Creative’s most popular newsletters. We also share science news of interest to the neuroscience community daily on the @Neural_Cell Twitter feed. The Neural Cell News audience is comprised of scientists and students in academia and medicine, as well as researchers within the biotech and pharmaceutical industries whose work focuses on therapeutics for brain diseases and injuries. We also facilitate the exchange of scientific information by giving researchers an opportunity to increase exposure to their work by submitting recent neuroscience publications, reviews, press releases, events and jobs to our editorial board for possible inclusion in Neural Cell News at no additional cost.
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