The American Physiological Society has launched it’s exciting new journal Function.
This new publication has been developed to provide a new home for authors welcoming a fresh, multidisciplinary option for publishing their most important physiology research
Remarkably, twelve members of the Academia Europaea (MAEs) are on Function’s editorial board.
AE Cardiff Hub Director and Vice President of Academia Europaea Professor Ole Petersen is the Editor-in-Chief.
Other MAEs contributing to Function include:
- Erwin Neher, Nobel Laureate, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
- Dennis Brown, Harvard Medical School
- Annette Dolphin, University College London
- Peter Hegyi, University of Pecs
- John Neoptolemos, University of Heidelberg
- Denis Noble, University of Oxford
- Carl Petersen, Lausanne
- Alexei Verkhratsky, University of Manchester
- Robert Zorec, University of Ljubljana
Function is the American Physiological Society’s latest publication. The American Physiological Society (APS) is the world’s largest society of physiologists and pathophysiologists, with more than 10,000 members.
Function will provide an open-access, multidisciplinary home for high-profile articles covering major advances in basic, translational, and clinical science that extend the physiological or pathophysiological understanding of biological function. Function will seek to balance innovation with the practical needs of authors and readers in achieving robust peer review and by delivering the highest quality research quickly, efficiently and engagingly. Read more about Function.