Brain Sciences Awards
The Brain Sciences editorial team would like to congratulate the winner of the 2018 Best Paper Award. The winning paper, which was nominated by the Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor-in-Chief, was the most cited in 2018:
Title: Multiple Sclerosis: Immunopathology and Treatment Update
Authors: Narges Dargahi, Maria Katsara, Theodore Tselios, Maria-Eleni Androutsou, Maximilian De Courten, John Matsoukas and Vasso Apostolopoulos
We congratulate the authors and thank them for choosing Brain Sciences to publish their work. In recognition of their accomplishment, the winner will receive 500 Swiss Francs and a certificate. All the original research papers and review articles published between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017 were eligible for consideration.
Please download the PDF here:https://www.mdpi.com/2076-3425/7/7/78
The Brain Sciences Editorial Team would like to acknowledge the time and energy given by reviewers in assessing the manuscripts submitted to the journal. With their support, many high-quality, interesting papers have been published in Brain Sciences and a quick peer review process has been maintained.
The following reviewer has been selected by the Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editor-in-Chief and Editorial Office of Brain Sciences to be awarded the “2018 Brain Sciences Outstanding Reviewer” award for the quantity, timeliness and quality of his reviews in 2018. He will receive 500 Swiss Francs and a free publication (valued at 850 Swiss Francs) for his outstanding review work:
Prof. Gianluca Serafini
Section of Psychiatry, Department of Neuroscience, Ophthalmology, Genetics, and Infant-Maternal Science, University of Genoa, Genoa, Italy
Travel Awards 2018
An exciting new initiative launched this year by Brain Sciences is the establishment of two Travel Awards to assist a Junior Researcher and a PhD student to attend a relevant conference. Over 56 eligible applications, from Europe, USA, Canada and Australia, were evaluated by an international panel of experts, who ranked the applicants according to their CV and scholarly achievements, their research, the significance of the conference, and their career aspirations. Selecting the award winners from the two highly competitive fields was very difficult, and so it is a great pleasure for me to announce the worthy winners of the inaugural Brain Sciences Travel Awards:
• The Junior Research Award winner is Dr Anna-Sophia Wahl of the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich (Switzerland), who will attend the the Society for Neuroscience (SFN) Annual Meeting in Washington, USA in November 2017.
• The PhD Award winner is Simon Morand-Beaulieu of the University of Montreal (Canada), who will attend the Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2018 Annual Meeting in Boston, USA in March 2018.
Stephen D. Meriney
An exciting new initiative launched this year by Brain Sciences is the establishment of the Brain Sciences Outstanding Reviewer Award. It is given to gratefully acknowledge the time and energy given by reviewers in checking manuscripts submitted to Brain Sciences in 2017. It is due to their efforts that the high quality of the journal and quick turnaround is maintained.
The recipient was chosen by the Brain Sciences Editorial Team, Paul Friedemann, who will receive a certificate and CHF 500. The Brain Sciences Editorial Team is deeply grateful to all the reviewers for the time, energy and devotion that they have given to peer-reviews.
It is our great pleasure to announce the winner: Friedemann Paul, Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Berlin, Germany