Fetal and Neonatal Research
Fetal and neonatal research: from basic science to clinical practice
Aims and Scope
This highly respected and frequently cited journal is a prime source of information in the area of fetal and neonatal research. Original papers present research on all aspects of neonatology, fetal medicine and developmental biology. These papers encompass both basic science and clinical research including randomised trials, observational studies and epidemiology. Basic science research covers molecular biology, molecular genetics, physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology in fetal and neonatal life. In addition to the classic features the journal accepts papers for the sections Research Briefings and Sources of Neonatal Medicine (historical pieces). Papers reporting results of animal studies should be based upon hypotheses that relate to developmental processes or disorders in the human fetus or neonate.
Journal Abbreviation: Neonatology
ISSN: 1661-7800 (Print)
e-ISSN: 1661-7819 (Online)
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Founded 1959 as 'Biologia Neonatorum' (formerly 'Etudes Néo-Natales') and continued from 1983–2006 as 'Biology of the Neonate'
Edited by A. Minkowski, Paris (1959–1985); continued by J.-P. Relier, Paris
Incorporating 'Developmental Pharmacology and Therapeutics', founded by
J.V. Aranda, Montreal