Special Issues

Physiologia runs special issues to create collections of papers on specific topics. The aim is to build a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas and research directions. Special Issues are led by Guest Editors who are experts in the subject and oversee the editorial process for papers. Papers published in a Special Issue will be collected together on a dedicated page of the journal website. For any inquiries related to a Special Issue, please contact the Editorial Office.

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Children’s Sports Physiology submission deadline 29 Dec 2023 | 1 articles | Viewed by 1291 | Submission Open
Keywords: age-related differences; cardiovascular system; cortical system; digestive system; endocrine system; immunity system; integumentary system; maturation; metabolism; muscular system; nervous system; peak height velocity; physical activity; reproductive system; respiratory system; sex differences; skeletal system; sport; urinary system
(This special issue belongs to the Section Exercise Physiology)
Exercise Physiology and Biochemistry submission deadline 31 Dec 2023 | 18 articles | Viewed by 16732 | Submission Open
Keywords: exercise physiology; exercise biochemistry; exercise metabolism; clinical exercise physiology; strength training; aerobic exercise; high-intensity interval training (HIIT); skeletal muscle physiology
(This special issue belongs to the Section Exercise Physiology)
Feature Papers in Human Physiology–2nd Edition
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submission deadline 31 Dec 2023 | 8 articles | Viewed by 10112 | Submission Open
The Brain Barriers: Functions and Their Implications submission deadline 15 Mar 2024 | Viewed by 70 | Submission Open
Keywords: brain barriers; brain homeostasis; neurodegeneration; neuroinflammation; brain drug delivery
Cardiac Physiology and Pathophysiology
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submission deadline 31 Mar 2024 | 1 articles | Viewed by 2489 | Submission Open
Keywords: cardiac structure and functions; disease states; acute and chronic exercise training; drugs
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