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11 Dec / 2017

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Sangeeta Singg, from Angelo State University, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Singg has abundant professional experience in post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, zoophilia, childhood sexual abuse, memory, cardiovascular disease, alternative methods of healing, grief, suicide, energy medicine, student personal responsibility, self-esteem, color preference and color therapy, role of nutrition in physical and psychological wellness. Dr. Singg organized the first AIDS Awareness Program in West Texas in early 1980s and started the first support group for the AIDS patients, their families and friends. We appreciate Professor Singg for her participation and support.

30 Nov / 2017

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Michael C. Wu, from University of California, San Diego, USA and President of Neurodigitech, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Wu and his team seek to develop the high-throughput digital imaging platform to disclose the diversity of morphological properties and identify the best therapeutic biomarkers for neurodegenerative diseases. Moreover, his additional effort has been dedicated to the development of effective brain-computer-interface (BCI) devices for the early diagnosis of TBI (traumatic brain injury). We appreciate Dr. Wu for his participation and support.

27 Nov / 2017

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Mirela Olympia Fagarasan Palmer, from University of South California, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Palmer and her team seek to understand the fundamental neurobiological mechanisms of neuropsychiatric disorders to contribute at development of new pharmacological treatments. We appreciate Professor Palmer for her participation and support.

23 Nov / 2017

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Miguel A Pappolla, from the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, and the Texas Medical Center at Houston, TX, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Pappolla and his team was among the first to identify evidence of oxidative stress in Alzheimer's disease brain, conducted groundbreaking research on hypercholesterolemia as an early risk factor for Alzheimer's disease. His research involves the development of neuroprotective drugs as potential therapeutic agents. Dr. Pappolla's lab identified of several naturally occurring neuroprotective substances. This discovery provides a biochemical basis, at least in part, for the gut-brain axis. We appreciate Professor Pappolla for his participation and support.

22 Nov / 2017

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Eva MARÍA Arroyo-Anlló, from University of Salamanca, Spain, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Arroyo-Anlló and her team seek to understand the neuropsychology in Alzheimer's disease, particularly, the memory, cognitive stimulation, and consciousness. We appreciate Professor Arroyo-Anlló for her participation and support.

06 May / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Carlos Fernando Valenzuela from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Valenzuela serves as the Director of Alcohol Research Training in Neuroscience Program, a NIH-Alcohol Neurobiology T32 Training Grant. His research focuses on modulation of developing and mature neuronal circuits by alcohol (ethanol). He and his team have made important contributions towards a better understanding of the neurobiology of alcoholism and fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. We appreciate Professor Valenzuela for his participation and support.

29 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Bryan W. Luikart, Assistant Professor, from The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Luikart and his team seek to understand the role of plasticity in the development and expression of cognitive and affective behavior, particularly, the impact of Pten dysfunction on neuronal physiology (a model for autism) and the role of microRNAs during adult hippocampal neurogenesis. We appreciate Dr. Luikart for his participation and support. 

25 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Tamsyn Elizabeth Van Rheenen from the University of Melbourne, Australia, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Van Rheenen is a young researcher active in the area of cognitive neuropsychiatry. Her research interests include the use of neuropsychological and neuroimaging techniques to study the brain and behaviour in bipolar disorder and related disorders. We appreciate Dr. Van Rheenen for her participation and support.

22 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Professor Hermes Hsiao-Mei Yeh from The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, USA, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Professor Yeh is the Chair of the Department of Physiology and Neurobiology. He has actively taught in the medical school and graduate school curricula, and has leadership roles in directing graduate education and training at the institutional and national levels. We appreciate Professor Yeh for his participation and support.

12 Apr / 2016

OBM Neurobiology Welcomes New Editorial Board Member

We sincerely welcome Dr. Helge Brovold from The National Centre for Science Recruitment of the Ministry of Education and Research, and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, to join the Editorial Board of OBM Neurobiology. Dr. Brovold is a psychologist and senior adviser with expertise in neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience, neural networks and brain function, neurobiology of attention, memory and learning, etc. We appreciate Dr. Brovold for his participation and support.

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