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Featured collection: Trending themes in neurobiology

Guest edited by Nibaldo C. Inestrosa, this group of reviews forms a special series that explores neuroethics, neuronal physiology, neurogenetics, cognitive neuroscience and molecular biology.

A special series of timely and important articles in modern neurobiology, were put together thanks to the effort of well know Chilean neurobiologists, examining different selected themes from philosophy to molecular biology reflecting the new directions of this field. 
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    Authors: Jorge Jimenez de la Jara, Gabriel Bastias, Catterina Ferreccio, Cristian Moscoso, Sofia Sagues, Camilo Cid, Eduardo Bronstein, Cristian Herrera, Bruno Nervi, Alejandro Corvalan, Ethel V Velasquez, Pamela Gonzalez, Enrique Castellon, Eva Bustamante, Sergio Oñate, Eileen McNerney…

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Aims and scope

Biological Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that encompasses diverse fields of experimental biology, such as biochemistry, bioinformatics, biotechnology, cell biology, cancer, chemical biology, developmental biology, evolutionary biology, genetics, genomics, immunology, marine biology, microbiology, molecular biology, neuroscience, plant biology, physiology, stem cell research, structural biology and systems biology.

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Archival content

Biological Research, formerly Archives of Experimental Medicine and Biology, was founded in 1964 and transferred to BioMed Central in 2014. An electronic archive of articles published between 1999 and 2013 can be found in the SciELO database.

Manuel J Santos, Editor-in-Chief

Editor’s profile

Manuel J Santos, Editor-in-Chief

Dr Santos is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Biological Sciences and Medicine at the Pontificia Catholic University of Chile.

Dr Santos received his MD from the University of Chile and his PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology from the Pontificia Catholic University of Chile. He majored in Medical Genetics at The John Hopkins University (USA) and The René Descartes University of Paris (France), and held a post doctorate position in Cell Biology and Genetics at the Rockefeller University (USA).

His research has focused on the biogenesis of cellular organelles, particularly peroxisomes. A pioneer in this field, his research lead him to discover a new type of human genetic disease, the peroxisomal biogenesis disorders, which include Zellweger Syndrome. More recently his research has centered on studying the role of peroxisomes in Alzheimer’s disease, and he also works in the field of bioethics.

Over the span of his career, Dr Santos has published more than 70 peer reviewed papers and been the President of the Society of Biology of Chile, the Genetics Society of Chile and the Bioethical Society of Chile.

About the Society

The Chilean Biology Society (Sociedad de Biología de Chile), previously the Biological Society of Santiago, was founded in late 1928 as a subsidiary of The Societé de Biologie of Paris, France. For several years the summaries of its communications were published in Comps Rendú of the Societé de Biologie du Paris. The Society is currently a member of the International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS).

The Chilean Biology Society promotes theoretical and experimental studies and research leading to advancement in and dissemination of the biological sciences for the benefit of the community. To accomplish this, the Society organizes periodic scientific meetings in which scientists communicate, comment and discuss research carried out in Chilean or foreign research laboratories. In addition, relations and cooperation with similar domestic and foreign institutions are stimulated, and communication by all appropriate means of biological research carried out in Chile. 

Members of the Society will receive a discount on Biological Research's article-processing charge when they provide a discount code (which members can obtain by emailing the Society) during the submission process.  The discounted article-processing charge for Society members is £850 in 2017.

The Society also publishes Revista Chilena de Historia Natural (Chilean Journal of Natural History, founded in 1897).

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