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We are pleased to introduce the collection


We are pleased to introduce the collection Autonomic Neuroscience Editor’s Pick 2021. This collection showcases most well-received spontaneous articles from the past couple of years, and have been specially handpicked by our Chief Editors, Profs. Bornstein and Macefield.

The work presented here highlights the broad diversity of research performed across the section, and aims to put a spotlight on the main areas of interest. All research presented here displays strong advances in theory, experiment and methodology with applications to compelling problems.

This collection aims to further support Frontiers’ strong community by recognizing highly deserving authors.

Keywords: Autonomic neuroscience, editor's pick

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