The Journal of Neurophysiology is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal established in 1938. It is published by the American Physiological Society with Bill J. Yates as its editor-in-chief. Dr. Yates is Professor of Otolaryngology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The Journal of Neurophysiology publishes original articles on the function of the nervous system. All levels of function are included, from membrane biophysics to cell biology to systems neuroscience and the experimental analysis of behavior. Experimental approaches include molecular neurobiology, cell culture and slice preparations, membrane physiology, developmental neurobiology, functional neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, systems electrophysiology, imaging and mapping techniques, and behavioral analysis. Experimental preparations may be invertebrate or vertebrate species, including humans. Theoretical studies are acceptable if they are tied closely to the interpretation of experimental data and elucidate principles of broad interest. The journal published some of the first functional neuroimaging studies. The current Associate Editors for the Journal of Neurophysiology are Michele A. Basso, Jianhua "JC" Cang, Ying-Shing "YS" Chan, Christos Constantinidis, Patsy Dickinson, Stefan Everling, Neeraj Gandhi, Giandomenico Iannetti, Conny Kopp-Scheinpflug, Monica A. Perez, Jan-Marino “Nino” Ramirez, Sean Stocker, and Matthew Tresch.