Today, now available at editorial.bioethics.net, are The American Journal of Bioethics’ new sibling journals, AJOB Neuroscience and AJOB Primary Research.
These latest additions to the AJOB family will begin publishing in 2010 and each have 4 issues per year of exciting new content written by the top scholars in the field.
AJOB Neuroscience, now its own freestanding journal, will be edited by Paul Root Wolpe and its associate editor, John Banja, focusing on a wide range issues in the brain sciences.
AJOB Primary Research will be edited by Alexander A. Kon and will publish original empirical research using a wide range of qualitative and quantitative research methods, public policy research, and other social science research.
Authors interested in submitting to any of the AJOB family of journals can now go directly to the new AJOB portal found at editorial.bioethics.net find all three AJOB journals and read more.
Be sure to stop by and see the editors of all the AJOB journals at ASBH this year to learn more about these exciting new publications, including changes to AJOB’s format and its being published for a full 12 issues a year!
For any additional questions, please contact the editors at any time! We look forward to hearing from you and receiving your submissions soon.
Summer Johnson, PhD
Executive Editor, the AJOB family of journals