Editors-in-Chief

  • Jianguo Gu, University of Cincinnati
  • Min Zhuo, University of Toronto

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Molecular Pain considers manuscripts in pain research at the cellular, subcellular and molecular levels. Molecular Pain provides a forum for molecular pain scientists to communicate their research findings in a targeted manner to others in this important and growing field.

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Jianguo Gu

Cecilia Söderberg-Nauclér PhD Jianguo Gu is currently a Professor of Anaesthesiology, in the Department of Anaesthesiology, College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati in Ohio. He is the founder of Molecular Pain. “In our journey to explore molecular pain mechanisms and to identify effective targets for pain management, it is important for scientists around the world to have a rapid and freely accessible forum for exchanging ideas, debating hot topics, developing collaborations, promoting science, and improving pain medicine. As an online, Open Access journal, Molecular Pain will help to fulfill these goals.”

Min Zhuo

Christian Münz PhD
Min Zhuo is a Professor of Physiology, University of Toronto. He is the founding editor and editor-in-chief for the online journal of Molecular Pain, and the founding and executive editor for Molecular Brain. “Molecular Pain provides rapid and open access publications for neuroscientists who are interested in basic mechanism of pain and nociceptive at molecular and systemic levels. We promote integrative neurobiological approaches to reveal novel pain mechanisms and potential drugs targets for future treatment of chronic pain in human beings.”
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ISSN: 1744-8069