We are pleased to announce expansion of the Medical Research Network (MedRN) with the addition of six new Subject Matter eJournals - Addiction & Substance Abuse eJournal, Dementia & Alzheimer's eJournal, HIV/AIDS eJournal, Malaria eJournal, Maternal & Neonatal Health eJournal, and Tuberculosis eJournal, which have split from existing areas. Other eJournals have been renamed to better reflect the content and scope of the eJournal.

MedRN now has 42 subject areas. The new and renamed eJournal offerings are as follows:


View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Addiction-Substance-Abuse.html
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Description: This area includes content on drug and substance misuse. Topics range from studies on the chemistry of substances of abuse and their actions at molecular and cellular sites, biochemical, pharmacological and behavioral actions; the epidemiology, sociology, and economics of addiction; and clinical research on substance abuse treatment and prevention.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Dementia-Alzheimers.html
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Description: This area includes content on dementia and Alzheimer's disease with clinical and laboratory investigations on the grouping of mental conditions associated with impairment of brain functions, such as memory loss and judgment.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/HIV-AIDS.html
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Description: This area includes content on HIV and AIDS including PrEP, antiviral therapies, testing, stigma around testing, infection rates, and tracking. Also included are topics on infection in vulnerable populations and immunological and molecular studies.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Malaria.html
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Description: This area includes content on malaria, covering a broad range of topics on the treatment, control, and eradication of this disease.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Maternal-Neonatal-Health.html
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Description: This area includes content on maternal and neonatal health covering screening, treatment, and interventions for maternal and infant mortality and morbidity. Research includes the development of tools and practices to strengthen health care systems, reduce inequities, and improve health outcomes for women and newborns.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Tuberculosis.html
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Description: This area includes content on tuberculosis (TB). Research includes the diagnosis, clinical management, and prevention of TB infection and disease.


View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Child-Adolescent-Health.html
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Description: This area includes content on complete child health and development, from the fetal period through to young adulthood.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Coronavirus.html
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Description: This area includes content on coronaviruses research. Topics include the COVID-19 pandemic caused by 2019-nCoV, infectious diseases research, and other interdisciplinary areas related to viral outbreaks.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Diabetes-Endocrinology.html
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Description: This area includes content on diabetes and endocrine physiology and metabolism, including hormone secretion, hormone action, biological effects, and endocrine systems and diseases at all levels of biological organization, incorporating molecular mechanistic studies, such as hormone-receptor interactions, cross-disciplinary, and integrative studies.

View Papers: https://ssrn.com/link/Medical-Genetics-Genomics.html
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Description: This area includes content on genetics and genomics. Topics include but are not limited to molecular genetics, developmental genetics, cytogenetics, epigenetics, medical genetics, population and evolutionary genetics, cancer genomics, genomics and functional genomics, and rare genetic diseases as well as bioinformatics and computational biology.

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