Call for papers: Stress biology and somatic disease

Guest Editor: Dr. Ahed J Alkhatib

Stress has great impacts on various organs including nervous system and other body organs and systems. Psychosocial factors play an important though variable role in the predisposition, precipitation, and clinical course of most human illness. The latest knowledge about various causes of stress and its neuro-cognitive and biological implications is important in medicine and public health.

To present various points of view regarding stress biology and somatic diseases, we invite you and/or members of your research team to submit manuscript(s) for this special issue.

We are seeking submissions of original research articles, methodology article, database article, software article, commentary articles, and invited review article.

We would welcome direct submission of any original research you would like to be considered. Please submit directly to PSM Biological Research stating in your cover letter that you are targeting the ‘Stress biology and somatic disease ‘ collection.

PSM Biological Research (ISSN; 2517-9586) is a peer-reviewed, open access, multidisciplinary,  international journal that publishes research on all aspects of biology and allied sciences. The journal welcomes the submission of original manuscripts (Please see Plagiarism Policy) that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence.

For detailed Aims and Scope please click here.

Click Here to submit your article to PSM Biological Research.

The authors can also use One Step Submission or send via email attachment to or

Deadline for submission to the collection: 31st January 2019.

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PSM is a nonprofit scientific publisher, innovator and advocacy organization with a library of open access journals and books covering basic and clinical research subjects across the life sciences and related scientific areas. PSM is dedicated to produce and distribute scientific and research literature for the progress of science and the benefit of society.

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