Neurosphere and Blog
Neurosphere: Issue 2
Weekly blog post
How have the processes of classical and operant conditioning been applied, or how could they be applied, in the treatment of addiction?
Written by: Rita Bertani
Microglia-Mediated Synaptic Loss in Development and Neurodegeneration
Written by: Daniel Shao
What has been the biggest development in the clinical neurosciences over the last 10 years?
Written by: Nye Rhys Potter
Article submission guidelines
If you are interested in making a submission, please read through our writer's package.
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The Journal is published once every semester, with publication dates in December, March, and June of each academic year. We will be advertising article submission dates accordingly within each semester via our social media channels. We estimate that the writing, editing, and peer review process takes around 4 weeks, so please do plan accordingly.
Before submitting a completed article, please send in an outline of the article you wish to write to one of our Editor-in-Chiefs (contact details below). Depending on the content or topic, you may be then assigned to work with a different editor to the one you initially emailed. Unfortunately, we are currently unable to accept articles from students outside of King's College London, although we do welcome articles from Alumni.
You will be working closely with your editor, who will be there to help you develop your scientific writing skills. Once an editor approves your article outline, you will be able to start writing your article! All of our editors are students with previously published scientific works, and they will be there to provide you guidance and feedback throughout the writing process.
After your editor is happy with your article drafts, your work will undergo a peer review process by our peer review team. This is to ensure factual accuracy with regard to any scientific points raised in your article, as well as to provide feedback from a general scientific audience. The peer review feedback will then be passed on to your editor, who may ask for some minor revisions before accepting your work for publication
Once your article has been accepted, it'll be published in King's College London Neuroscience Society's student review journal Neurosphere! please feel free to share your article on social media if you so wish.
Daniel Shao (): Editor-in-Chief, Neurosphere Student Review Journal
Hamaad Khan (): Editor-in-Chief, Society Website Blog
(Editors, Peer Reviewers, Artists)
We will soon be looking for non-committee editors and peer reviewers to join our society for the upcoming academic year 2021/22, so keep an eye out on our social media channels!
Editors should have prior written works in established scientific publications such as the British Neuroscience Association Bulletin, or any scientific journal.
Peer reviewers should be studying a medical, biomedical, psychological or any similar degree at King's College London with an minimum average working grade of a 2:i classification (60%).
Roles in graphic design and art asset creation are open to any interested students.
If you are interested, keep up to date with our social media! Depending on the role you apply for, you may be asked to provide a piece of writing that you feel best represents your writing skills, which can be anything from a piece of course work, to extra-curricular or newly written works!