The European Journal of Neuroscience (EJN) is the official journal of FENS. It publishes original research articles and reviews in all domains of neuroscience, aiming to advance our overall understanding of the nervous system in health and disease. When you publish in EJN, you contribute to FENS’ overall support of neuroscience in Europe and beyond!
At the FENS Forum
FENS, EJN and the publisher Wiley collaborate to support several research awards featured at the FENS Forum. Learn more about them below:
EJN editors also offer ‘Meet the Editor” sessions to answer any questions you may have regarding publishing your research and often support broader scientific publishing discussions with other journal editors and experts in workshops, roundtables and special interest events. EJN events at #FENS2024 will be listed on the Forum website once they are confirmed.
EJN Editor-in-Chief: Prof. John Foxe (USA)
Senior editors: Antoine Adamandis (CH), Paola Bovolenta (ES), Yoland Smith (USA) and Vidita Vaidya (IN)
Full EJN Editorial Board
- EJN embraces Open Science, offering you the best publishing experience for your research: Open Access publishing option, Shared Data, Registered Reports and Transparent Peer Review.
- EJN helps authors by offering a rapid and easy submission process: we have no formatting requirements for submissions, and your article will be published online within a week of acceptance.
- EJN has no submission fees or page charges.
- EJN prides itself on providing constructive, fair, and considerate peer review – seen in our transparent peer review correspondence online at Publons. EJN Editors (Sections Editors, Senior Editors and EJN’s Editor in Chief) will all review your paper and support you to make the most impact with your research.
- EJN ensures your research is visible: EJN papers are downloaded close to 1 million times per year and continue to be cited years after they have been published.
- EJN supports fellow researchers: by publishing in the journal of FENS you will help support FENS activities, including training and schools, grants and stipends, meetings and advocacy work. FENS members have free access to EJN online.