Dr. Prevot, JoVE Guest Editor - Animal Model of Stress and Anxiety: Methods for Induction and Treatment

To date very few journals are available to accept video articles for submission/publication in our field, despite this type of articles being of paramount importance for replicating findings in Stress and Anxiety research.


For this reason, Dr. Prevot decided to open a Collection titled “Animal Model of Stress and Anxiety: Methods for Induction and Treatment.” on the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE):




The purpose of the Collection is to offer a comprehensive overview of techniques to study the impact of Stress and Anxiety.


The most recent Impact Factor for JoVE (ISSN 1940-087X) is 1.184, according to the 2017 Journal Citation Reports released by Clarivate Analytics in 2018, and the Journal is currently indexed in the major databases, including PubMed, EMBASE, Scopus and Web of Science.


After submission, each manuscript will be editorially and peer reviewed, which is typically a 2 month process. JoVE is currently publishing text manuscripts after acceptance and will be filming and adding videos when university laboratories reopen. When filming is able to resume, JoVE will generate a script and schedule a filming date. A videographer will be sent to the authors’ site to film the procedure.


If you are interested, either message Dr. Prevot or submit an abstract here: https://www.jove.com/methods-collections/submit-an-abstract?collection_id=713