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ABOUT BRAINIMMUNE

BrainImmune is a free and independent online resource of expert views, opinions, comments and evolving concepts in neuroendocrine immunology. Our goal is to advance a new field in medical science that has great potential and significance.

BrainImmune is the only web resource that delivers up to date information into the broad interdisciplinary area of neuroendocrine-immunology and stress-immune interactions, and their impact on health and disease. Here, concise summaries and overviews describe how the brain and the immune system ‘talk to each other’ in order to maintain homeostasis.

We bring the latest developments in neuroendocrine immunology, reviewing new and advanced conceptual frameworks, and covering both the fundamental and clinical aspects in this vast interdisciplinary area.

Our resource draws together concepts and ideas scattered throughout hundreds of scientific journals and derived from thousands of articles that impinge in some way on integrative neuroendocrine immunology and immunophysiology.

For more information, take a look at our Overview Video and History or Stress-Immune Interactions videos on our BrainImmune YouTube channel.

EDITORIAL BOARD

Our Editorial Board includes many MDs, PhDs, DVMs and leading figures in the field that contributed immensely to the development of neuroendocrine-immunology, neuroimmunology and psychoneuroimmunology.

CONTRIBUTORS

BrainImmune is written and produced collaboratively by scientists and experts in the field from all around the world. Our contributors are experts in the field whose research has had a major influence on the development of the topic reviewed. This includes over 150 scientists from more than 25 countries worldwide.

MISSION

Our mission is to promote the advancement, communication and collaborations in neuroendocrine immunology and stress-immunity research, and to speed up innovation in this vast inter-disciplinary area.

BrainImmune’s aim is to narrow the information and conceptual gap at the interface of neurosciences and immunology. The more we share knowledge, the easier it is to break down barriers between scientific areas.