SAGE to begin publishing Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism
London, UK - SAGE is delighted to announce that as of January 2016, we will be publishing the Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism (JCBFM) in partnership with the International Society for Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism (ISCBFM). JCBFM was previously published by Nature Publishing Group.
JCBFM stands at the interface between basic and clinical neurovascular research, and features timely and relevant research highlighting experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of brain circulation, metabolism and imaging. The journal is edited by Ulrich Dirnagl of the Charité University in Berlin, Germany and Martin Lauritzen of the Glostrup Hospital and the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Speaking of the new partnership with SAGE, Mhairi Macrae, Chair of the ISCBFM Publications Committee remarked:
“The journal publishing industry is in a state of rapid development and under SAGE, a company that is fully engaged and responding actively to these challenges, we are confident that the Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolismand the ISCBFM will go from strength to strength. With SAGE’s ever expanding medical portfolio and its vast international connections, we greatly look forward to seeing the global impact of our journal develop, contributing to the advancement of debates and developments within the field of cerebral blood flow and metabolism.”
Karen Phillips, SAGE’s Editorial Director, further commented:
“SAGE works in partnership with some of the world’s leading medical societies and organizations. With a rapidly expanding portfolio of journals specializing in this area, SAGE’s medical publishing portfolio is continuing to grow. We are delighted to welcome the ISCBFM and their journal to this portfolio and look forward to working with them to develop both the impact and global reach of the journal through our long term vision and innovative approach to publishing.”
Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism stands at the interface between basic and clinical neurovascular research, and features timely and relevant research highlighting experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of brain circulation, metabolism and imaging. The journal is relevant to any physician or scientist with an interest in brain function, cerebrovascular disease, cerebral vascular regulation and brain metabolism, including neurologists, neurochemists, physiologists, pharmacologists, anesthesiologists, neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neuropathologists and neuroscientists.