Immunological Investigations: A Journal of Molecular and Cellular Immunology Welcoming submissions to the thematic issue: Inflammaging

Immunological Investigations

Because of the direct impact of chronic inflammation on a variety of age-associated diseases, the overall goal of Inflammaging is to educate the mainstream biomedical community about changes in the immune system that occur as a consequence of aging and contribute to age-associated diseases including cancer, metabolic diseases, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, periodontal diseases, and heart disease, to name a few.

For this special thematic issue of Immunological Investigations, we are seeking any updates or reports of interesting observations in humans, mice, or other model systems of aging where innate or adaptive immune system components are impacted resulting in changes in a disease phenotype.

As suggested by the title, this topic is intentionally broad in scope to encourage speculations into this area of study.

Why you should submit to Immunological Investigations:

  • Increase your opportunities for future collaboration 
  • Validate your research with our thorough single-blind peer review process
  • Gain recognition from a broad, international readership through indexing in PubMed, EBSCOhost, and more
  • Share your research with 50 free e-prints and tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Services site
  • Immediately see the impact of your research made in the community: track downloads, citations, and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works

Submission Instructions

Submissions deadline: August 1, 2018

Final publication: October 2018

There will be no publication charges unless you choose to publish open access or would like to print in color. 

Please review our Instructions for Authors when preparing your manuscript.

If you would like to submit an article for inclusion in the thematic issue​ Inflammaging, please email your abstract to Kate Rittenhouse-Olson at krolson@buffalo.edu and submit your article online.

Editorial information

  • Guest Editor: Dr. Keith L. Kirkwood, DDS, PhD, University of New York at Buffalo, USA (klkirk@buffalo.edu)
  • Editor: Kate Rittenhouse-Olson, University of New York at Buffalo, USA (krolson@buffalo.edu)