Scientific Archives of Brain Research and Neurosciences (SABNS) is a multidisciplinary and internationally peer-reviewed scientific journal that provides a platform to present, explore, share and discuss various advances in the field of neuroscience and different areas of brain research. It emphasizes mainly on different aspects of Brain research and Neurosciences which includes molecular and cellular neurobiology, Cognitive neuroscience, Psychiatry, neurological disorders, Brain-behavioral relationships, Neuropharmacology and Neuroethology. Better insights into cellular and molecular mechanisms associated with behavior, Cognition and other brain functions during various stages of neural development and adult brain will provide sensible solutions to various brain disorders, neurological diseases and enhances the quality of human life. SABNS primarily focuses on advancing brain research and neurosciences in a way that facilitates better understanding of the brain physiology and pathology to overcome many challenges in developing and advancing therapeutic strategies for various brain and neurological diseases.
Major subject areas of interest in Brain Research and Neurosciences include, but are not restricted to: Cellular, molecular and neural mechanisms associated with Cognition and behavior, Molecular neurobiology, Systems and Cognitive neuroscience, Neuropharmacology, Neurodegeneration mechanisms and diseases, Neurochemistry, Neurological Diseases, Neural and glial development and communication mechanisms, Sensorimotor processing and integration, Neurophysiology and neuropathology, Neuroethological studies, Behavioral neuroscience, Brain-imaging techniques, Cell and animal based studies in understanding neural mechanisms and therapeutic strategies for different brain diseases, Clinical and translational neuroscience, Neuropsychiatric disorders, Computational neuroscience, Cellular neurobiology, Optogenetics, Multielectrode array recordings, psychophysics, Molecular and cellular aspects of degeneration and regeneration, Epilepsy, Addiction, Autism, Stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple sclerosis, Epilepsy, Schizophrenia, PTSD, Developmental neuroscience, Neuropsychiatry and Neuropsychology, Neuromuscular disorders, Demyelinating diseases, Bipolar disorders, Behavioral genetics, Clinical pharmacology. The journal includes all the diversified topics that falls under the purview of Brain research and Neurosciences.