Special Issue "CNS Injuries"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2023) | Viewed by 44459
Interests: neuroscience; aquaporins; blood-brain barrier (BBB); neurodegeneration; organ-on-a-chip; glia; astrocytes; trumatic brain injuries (TBI); stroke; stem cells; spinal cord injuries; glymphatic system
Interests: aquaporins; membrane transport; water homeostasis; blood-brain barrier (BBB); edema
CNS injuries including stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), and spinal cord injury are among the most common causes of disability and death worldwide.
There is a clear and unmet clinical need to identify new drug targets, biomarkers, and therapeutics for CNS injuries. Understanding the injury and molecular mechanisms of injury, recovery, and neuroprotection is important to launch new effective therapies; however, despite ground-breaking developments in basic and fundamental research, there is a severe lack of effective therapeutics for the treatment of CNS injuries and prevention of long-term consequences.
In this Special Issue, we welcome the submission of research articles, short reports, case studies, and traditional reviews. The issue is a forum for scientific communications, evidence-based discussion, opinions, and perspectives on the latest advancements in the science of CNS injuries. We particularly encourage the submission of reports on molecular mechanisms, genetics, proteomics, metabolomics and biomarkers, studies of therapeutic interventions and re-purposing of drugs, CNS drug delivery, studies that address the use and limitations of current preclinical animal models, and recent advances concerning in vitro and organ-on-a-chip models. We will also consider submissions regarding early and late medical complications in CNS injuries (brain and spinal cord edema, impaired energy metabolism, neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, infections, etc.)
This Special Issue will summarize what has already been achieved and the discoveries, approaches, and technical developments that can open up the doors to better care for CNS injuries.
Dr. Mootaz Salman
Dr. Philip Kitchen
Prof. Dr. Roslyn M. Bill
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- Brain edema
- Spinal cord edema