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Physiology and Pharmacology of Temperature Regulation

Temperature
Deadline:
30 November 2021

Call for Papers

This call is for papers on the topics of the physiology and pharmacology of temperature regulation. 

It is expected that the scope of submitted papers will cover a broad variety of topics: from thermal effects across a variety of species including humans – to applied temperature regulation studies – to the emerging themes such as those related to the current corona virus pandemic.

Original research papers and reviews covering the disciplines of physiology and pharmacology are welcome. The journal accepts format-free submissions.

Temperature is published quarterly, both online and in print, and indexed in PubMed. It has a 2019 CiteScore of 5.5 (#27 of 99 journals in the category Medical Physiology; Scopus) and a 2019 Scimago “impact index” (average number of citations per document over 2 years) of 3.73 (#22 of 107 Medical Physiology journals; Scimago).

The Guest Editors for this call are Drs. Matthew White, Nisha Charkoudian, and Boris Kingma. Please address your questions to Dr. White.

Matthew D. White, Ph. D.

Matthew D. White, Ph. D.
Department of Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC, CANADA

Nisha Charkoudian, Ph.D.

Nisha Charkoudian, Ph.D.
Thermal and Mountain Medicine Division
US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine
Natick, MA, USA

Boris Kingma, Ph.D.

Boris Kingma, Ph.D.
Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports
University of Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark
Unit of Defence Safety and Security, TNO
Soesterberg, The Netherlands

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