Deadline for submission of articles: December 1, 2022
This special issue will consider review, mini-review, commentary, or perspective articles focused on providing novel insights on the psychophysiology of body-mind techniques, prevention and intervention strategies in the field of healthy aging, including exercise, mindfulness, nutrition, brain-gut connection to enhance physical, cognitive, and mental health and prevent aging-related disorders. A few original research articles will also be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Editors.
Piotr Gronek, Ph.D.
Poznan University of Physical Education
Faculty of Sport Sciences
Head, Chair of Dance and Gymnastics
Department of Dance
61-871 Poznań, Poland
Yi-Yuan Tang, Ph.D.
Professor of Neuroscience, Health Science and Prevention Science
Director, Health Neuroscience Collaboratory
College of Health Solutions
Arizona State University
Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA
Special Issue: Vascular Contributions to Healthy Aging and Dementia
This special issue will consider Review, Mini-review, Original Research, Opinion, Commentary, or Perspective articles focused on the link of vascular contributions to aging and dementia, including Alzheimer Disease. This research topic is to promote biomedical research on better understanding age-related changes of vascular and glymphatic systems and to facilitate research exchanges across different fields (e.g., imaging, molecular biology, pathology and clinical correlation and treatments) on this topic.
Yulin Ge, MD, Professor
Department of Radiology / Center for Biomedical Imaging
NYU Langone Health
New York University School of Medicine
New York, NY 10016
Liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) and the ensuing biomolecular condensates/ membrane-less organelles are currently gaining acceptance as a potent mechanism of diverse biological activities and are of great interest to the scientific community. The aberrant phase separation brought on by disease-associated mutations and post-translational modifications is linked to various diseases, including cancer, viral infections, and neurodegenerative diseases. Our knowledge of the LLPS is still in its infancy despite notable advances. This special issue will consider and showcase the high-quality research work providing novel insights on the Liquid-liquid phase separation in health and disease. The editor welcomes submissions of Original Research, Reviews, Mini-reviews, Opinion, or perspective articles related to this topic.
Huanxing Su, PhD, Professor
Affiliation: Institute of Chinese Medical Science, University of Macau, Taipa, Macau 999078, China
The interest in the human microbiota, which supports a variety of physiological processes, including digestion and the synthesis of vital metabolites, has increased dramatically in recent years. A critical role of the microbiota is the interface with the immune system favoring its normal development and modulating its responses versus any nature pathogens. However, in the case of dysbiosis or immune dysregulation, this Microbiota-Immunity axis can significantly influence the pathogenesis of several diseases, including autoimmune, cardiovascular, neurodegenerative, and cancer. In addition, the changes in the immune system associated with age (named immunosenescence), has been gathering interest in the scientific and health-care sectors alike. Given the rising average age and the associated failure to raise healthy life expectancy, the growth in its recognition is essential. Finally, it is well recognized that the gut microbiome is a causative factor in ageing-related health loss and in numerous non-communicable diseases in all age groups. Some age-linked and disease-linked compositional and functional changes overlap, while others are distinct. So, the goal of this Special Issue is to gather various publications (especially review, editorial, commentary, opinion and perspective) focusing on the role of the Microbiota-Immunity axis in the all human diseases aging-associated and especially the non-communicable diseases.
Prof. Dr. Amedeo Amedei
Affiliation: Department of Experimental and Clinical Internal Medicine. University of Florence, Viale Pieraccini, 06 - 50134 Firenze, Italy
Research Interests: immune response; T cells; cancer; microbiota; inflammation; infectious disease; autoimmune diseases.