IBRO supports the dissemination of neuroscience research globally through the publication of two scientific journals, Neuroscience and IBRO Neuroscience Reports.

Elsevier, the publisher of IBRO journals, has reached open access agreements with institutions around the world to support authors who wish to publish open access. In addition to this, funding arrangements have been established with funding bodies’ advice for authors on how they can comply with funding body open access policies and how to be reimbursed for any publication fees when publishing in the journals.

Learn more about country-specific open access agreements and funding arrangements:

Publish in IBRO journals and support the neuroscience community worldwide

Neuroscience is the flagship journal of IBRO. Established in 1976, it is a hybrid journal that features papers describing the results of original research on any aspect of the scientific study of the nervous system. It offers the neuroscience community the possibility of publishing their results as open access as well as through the traditional subscription model, the latter at no costs to authors to publish. 

IBRO Neuroscience Reports is a fully open access journal that considers for publication any article that is methodologically sound, including negative data and replication studies when justified with a scientifically sound rationale.

Proceeds from Neuroscience and IBRO Neuroscience Reports, IBRO’s two journals, support more than 90% of IBRO’s initiatives, so all submissions contribute to the organization’s global neuroscience activities.