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Brain and Behavior was launched in 2011 and has now published seven issues of top research articles in all areas of neurology, neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry. We are delighted to announce that the journal now has a second Editor-in-Chief. Maryann Martone from the University of California has joined Andrei Alexandrov to guide the journal’s strategy. Dr. Martone is a Neuroscientist and a leader in the field of neuroinformatics which will complement the expertise which Andrei brings to the journal as a practicing Neurologist.

The editors have highlighted these top papers from recent issues:
 
OpenA novel DrosophilaSOD2 mutant demonstrates a role for mitochondrial ROS in neurodevelopment and disease  
Alicia M. Celotto, Zhaohui Liu, Andrew P. VanDemark and Michael J. Palladino
Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2012

OpenLongitudinal brain activity changes in asymptomatic Alzheimer disease
Kari-Elise T. Codispoti, Lori L. Beason-Held, Michael A. Kraut, Richard J. O’Brien, Gay Rudow, Olga Pletnikova, Barbara Crain, Juan C. Troncoso and Susan M. Resnick

Volume 2, Issue 3 May 2012

OpenPrevalence, laterality, and comorbidity of hippocampal sclerosis in an autopsy sample
Chris Zarow, Michael W. Weiner, William G. Ellis and Helena Chang Chui

Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2012

OpenHuman neuronal uncoupling proteins 4 and 5 (UCP4 and UCP5): structural properties, regulation, and physiological role in protection against oxidative stress and mitochondrial dysfunction
David B. Ramsden, Philip W.-L. Ho, Jessica W.-M. Ho, Hui-Fang Liu, Danny H.-F. So, Ho-Man Tse, Koon-Ho Chan and Shu-Leong Ho
Volume 2, Issue 4, July 2012

OpenPrescription stimulants in individuals with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: misuse, cognitive impact, and adverse effects
Shaheen E. Lakhan and Annette Kirchgessner

Volume 2, Issue 5, September 2012

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Authors retain copyright and articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
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If you would like to receive more information to decide if Brain and Behavior is the right choice for your next article, send us an email for rapid feedback on a pre-submission inquiry.

We look forward to receiving your next article.

Kind regards,

Andrei Alexandrov, M.D.,
Maryann Martone
Editors-in-Chief, Brain and Behavior
  Editorial Board  
  Editors-in-Chief:  
  Andrei V. Alexandrov,
University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Maryann Martone,
University of California, San Diego, USA
     
  Associate Editors:  
  Alexander Bystritsky,
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Dona Lee Wong,
Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, USA
 
Editorial Board Members:
 
  Hubert Amrein,
Texas A&M, USA

Isabelle Aubert,
University of Toronto, Canada

David Belin,
University of Poitiers, France

Sandra Black,
University of Toronto, Canada

Robert Bryan,
Baylor College of Medicine, USA

Hans Crombag,
University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Mirella Dapretto,
University of California, Los Angeles, USA

David Diamond,
University of South Florida, USA

Scott Grafton,
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Ilona Grunwald-Kadow,
Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany

Jozsef Haller,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary

Ahmad Hariri,
Duke University, USA

Shu-Leong Ho,
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Andrea Huber Brösamle,
Helmholtz Center Munich, Germany

Kazuhiro Ikenaka,
National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Japan

Stephen Jackson,
University of Nottingham, UK and Korea University, South Korea

Takeshi Kaneko,
Kyoto University, Japan
Kenneth Kosik,
University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

Klas Kullander,
Uppsala University, Sweden

Jonathan Lee,
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Edward Levin,
Duke University, USA

Randolph Marshall,
Columbia University Medical Center, USA

Cheryl McCormick,
Brock University, Canada

Douglas Mennin,
Hunter College, USA

Martin M. Mortazavi,
University of Alabama, Birmingham, USA

Declan Murphy,
Kings College London, United Kingdom

Heinz Reichmann,
University of Dresden, Germany

Richard Rende,
Brown University, USA

Giacomo Rizzolatti,
University of Parma, Italy

Fred Sabb,
University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Veronika Skvortsova,
Russian State Medical University, Russian Federation

Kai-Christian Sonntag,
Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital, USA

Takashi Suzuki,
Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany

Hartmut Wekerle,
Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Germany
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