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eBooks published in December 2015

Below is a list of Frontiers eBooks published in December 2015. All Frontiers eBooks are free to download.


Noninvasive brain stimulation (including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Transcranial Current Brain Stimulation (TCS)) can be used both experimentally and therapeutically.


Recent Advances and the Future Generation of Neuroinformatics Infrastructure, hosted by  Xi Cheng, Daniel R. Weinberger, Daniel Marcus, John Van Horn, Venkata Satyanand Mattay and Qian Luo

Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Genotypes to Phenotypes, hosted by Valsamma Eapen, Andrew J. Whitehouse, Charles Claudianos and Rudi Crncec

Microbial Symbiosis of Marine Sessile Hosts – Diversity, Function and Applications, hosted by  Suhelen Egan and Torsten Thomas

Progenitor Diversity and Neural Cell Specification in the Central Nervous System, hosted by Marcos R. Costa, Cecilia Hedin-Pereira and Caroline Rouaux

Pathophysiological Mechanisms of Sarcopenia in Aging and in Muscular Dystrophy: A Translational Approach, hosted by  Luciano Merlini, Paolo Bonaldo and Emanuele Marzetti

 From Brain to Body: The Impact of Nervous System Declines on Muscle Performance in Aging ,hosted by  Brian C. Clark, Timothy D. Law Sr. and  S. Lee Hong

Bridging the Gap Before and After Birth: Methods and Technologies to Explore the Functional Neural Development in Humans, hosted by Marika Berchicci and Silvia Comani

Neural Implementations of Expertise, hosted by Merim Bilalić, Robert Langner, Guillermo Campitelli, Luca Turella and Wolfgang Grodd

From Sex Differences in Neuroscience to a Neuroscience of Sex Differences: New Directions and Perspectives, hosted by Belinda Pletzer

Oxytocin’s Routes in Social Behavior: Into the 21st Century, hosted by  Alaine Keebaugh, Elissar Andari and Lisa A. Parr

The Safety and Efficacy of Noninvasive Brain Stimulation in Development and Neurodevelopmental Disorders, hosted by  Lindsay M. Oberman and Peter G. Enticott

Nutrition and Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease, hosted by Claudia Perez-Cruz and Sofia Diaz Cintra

The Adrenergic System in Cardiovascular Physiology and Pathophysiology, 2nd Edition, hosted by Giuseppe Rengo



In this Research Topic, we wish to provide a comprehensive overview of current public health leadership research, focusing on understanding the impact of leadership on the delivery of public health services.

A Comparative Survey of the RF-amide Peptide Superfamily, hosted by Karine Rousseau, Sylvie Dufour and Hubert Vaudry

Alternative Models of Addiction, hosted by Hanna Pickard, Serge H. Ahmed and Bennett Foddy

Thymic Stromal Alterations and Genetic Disorders of Immune System, hosted by Claudio Pignata and Ana E. Sousa

Psychomotor Symptomatology in Psychiatric Illnesses, hosted by Manuel Morrens and Sebastian Walther

Leading People – Managing Organizations: Contemporary Public Health Leadership, hosted by James W. Holsinger Jr., Erik L. Carlton and Emmanuel D. Jadhav

Paradigm Changes Are Required in HIV Vaccine Research, hosted by Marc H. V. Van Regenmortel

T Cell Regulation by the Environment, hosted by Anne L. Astier and David A. Hafler

The Origin of the Plasma Cell Heterogeneity, hosted by Catherine Pellat-Deceunynck and Thierry Defrance

Antimicrobial Peptides and Complement – Maximising the Inflammatory Response, hosted by Cordula M. Stover




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