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Progress in Neurobiology

3 Weeks

Review Time

1 Week

Publish Time

350k Monthly


About Progress in Neurobiology

Progress in Neurobiology

Progress in Neurobiology: Experience cutting-edge discoveries and innovative advancements with the Progress in Neurobiology Journal. Our globally recognized publication delivers comprehensive, high-quality content that spans all aspects of neuroscience. From neurogenetics to neurophysiology, we provide in-depth insights into the latest research, breakthroughs, and reviews. Our rigorous peer-review process ensures that we feature only the most credible and significant contributions to the field of neurobiology.

Our primary goal is to further scientific understanding and push the boundaries of knowledge in neurobiology, making Progress in Neurobiology Journal a trusted source for scientists, researchers, and scholars worldwide. Join us on this journey through the fascinating intricacies of the human brain and nervous system, and stay informed about the latest developments in this dynamic field of study.

Following the open access principle, the entire contents can be retrieved at no charge, guaranteeing easy access to this valuable source of information at all times.

Scope of Journal

The Progress in Neurobiology Journal encompasses a wide scope in the neuroscience field, encompassing subjects like neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neurogenetics, and behavioral neuroscience. We also feature studies on neural development, aging, neuroplasticity, and neuropathology. Our aim is to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation, presenting cutting-edge research to advance understanding of the brain and nervous system. The Journal is an essential resource for scientists and researchers keen on unlocking the complexities of neuroscience.

  • Submit Manuscript

    For submission authors can directly submit manuscript to [email protected]. If you want to proceed with online submission you can follow the below link. You will need to be a register user to submit your manuscript.

  • General Information

    Manuscripts number will be provided to the corresponding author within 72 hours for the respective manuscript submitted.

    1. • 14 days review process with international peer-review standards
    2. • Timeline of processing from Submission to Publication is 30 days
    3. • Manuscript will be published within 7 days of acceptance

  • Open Access

    All the work at Progress in Neurobiology is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Authors at Progress in Neurobiology retain copyright to their work and allow others to copy, distribute, transmit, and adapt their work, provided proper attribution is given.

    We follow Creative Commons 'Attribution' licence (CC BY). This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon your work, even commercially, as long as they credit you for the original creation. View License Deed | View Legal Code

  • Indexing and Abstract

    All articles are made open access to maximise the long-term visibility, impact and influence of our content.

    1. • AcademicPub
    2. • The British Library
    3. • Cancerlit
    4. • EMBASE
    5. • Google Scholar
    6. • Medline/PubMed
    7. • ProQuest
    8. • Science Citation Index Expanded
    9. • Scopus
    10. • Scisearch
    11. • Web of Science
    12. • Emerging Sources Science Citation Index

Peer Review

Highest quality of international peer review standard

Initial Submission

Select the right journal and submit your manuscript.

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Manuscript Number

Our editors will communicate and send you the manuscript number. We officially begin processing your manuscript.

First Decision

Based on the outcome of the peer-review you would receive review comments from the international experts on your subject.

Day 14

APC Invoicing

We will share the invoice that can be paid online using credit card or bank transfer. We also have option to convert the invoice in the desired currency.

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Proofing & Correction

Once you are aware of the review comments then you can make minor changes based on the inputs and any corrections that should be done before we move ahead.

Indexing & Archiving

If your research is not easy to find, it cannot help advance science or scientific society. Post-publication of your research, indexing is the most important things we do at Progress in Neurobiology. We aim to make all articles published with Progress in Neurobiology easy to find by the widest audience and also work with search engines, social media platforms and scholarly communication networks.