AIMS Neuroscience Publishing opportunity: Open Access, no fees

Dear Dr. Nielsen,

It is our honor to invite you to contribute a paper on the topic of
The Function of Sleep
” for AIMS Neuroscience (http://aimspress.com/aimsn/ch/index.aspx).
AIMS Neuroscience is an international Open Access journal devoted to
publishing peer-reviewed, high quality, original papers from all areas
in the field of neuroscience. The primary focus is to provide a forum in
which to expedite the speed with which theoretical neuroscience progresses
toward generating testable hypotheses. Our journal is designed to serve the role of
providing the widest variety of the best theoretical views leading to suggested studies.

All submitted papers will go through a peer-review process, and published
papers are available online in open access.
Moreover, all the publishing fees are fully waived for authors.

If you do not have a paper to contribute, please feel free to distribute this letter
within your organization and professional network, if you think someone you know
would be interested for this publishing opportunity. The papers will be published
with the open access publication policy.
Thanks for your consideration.

Paper Submission
Submission due date: 30 February 2015.
Please submit your manuscript to our online submission system:
http://aimspress.com/aimsn/ch/author/login.aspx


Looking forward to your reply soon.

Best regards,
Dr. Yu Min
Managing Editor
AIMS Neuroscience
http://aimspress.com/aimsn/ch/index.aspx
Email: Neuroscience@aimspress.com

On behalf of
Dr. Robert A. Moss and Joseph V. Martin
Editor in Chief of AIMS Neuroscience
Email: Robert_Moss@bshsi.org;
joe.martin@rutgers.edu

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