In celebration of its 20th year, the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease has published an anniversary edition that is freely available online. Featuring 35 commissioned reviews, the special issue revisits content published by JAD over the last two decades, covering everything from the early discovery of Aβ peptides and tau to the latest in brain imaging and clinical interventions.
Since its debut in 1998, JAD has grown under the guidance of its editor in chief, George Perry, University of Texas, San Antonio. The journal now publishes about 800 papers a year, garnering more than 16,000 citations. Later this year, JAD will release New Beginnings, the third in its book series, Advances in Alzheimer’s Disease. A sister journal, JAD Reports, began this year; it is open-access, and publication fees are halved for the first two years.—Tom Fagan
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