eNeuro, SfN’s open-access journal, publishes early-release PDFs of studies shortly after acceptance and then posts the fully edited articles online at a later date.
Join SfN’s Media List: Credentialed reporters can request (email@example.com) to receive press releases and a weekly email on Tuesdays containing embargoed early-release articles and recently published content for eNeuro as well as SfN’s flagship The Journal of Neuroscience.
Embargo Policy: The embargo for eNeuro early-release articles distributed in SfN’s weekly media email lifts at 1 p.m. Eastern Time the following Monday. The embargo for all other articles lifts at the time of online publication.
SfN encourages study authors to talk to reporters about their work in advance of publication as long as the authors and reporters are both aware of and follow the embargo policy. Reporters and public information officers (PIOs) should not distribute embargoed information to the public before the embargo has lifted, and PIOs must clearly indicate on their press releases the embargo date and time. Please contact the SfN Media & Communications Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) for clarification of these policies.
Public Information Officers: PIOs registered with EurekAlert! receive notifications when researchers from their institutions are publishing content in SfN journals. The full-text version of those articles are made available to PIOs via EurekAlert! or they can contact the SfN Media & Communications Department to gain access to those research papers. PIOs are encouraged to reach out to email@example.com with additional questions.
Expert Sources: Reporters can contact SfN’s Media & Communications Department (firstname.lastname@example.org) for recommendations on expert sources who may be able to provide comment on neuroscience-related stories. For more information about the brain, reporters can also visit SfN’s public information site, BrainFacts.org.
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