International Society of Exercise and Immunology (ISEI)


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Exercise and Immunology


Exercise Immunology Review


Exercise Immunology Review - The ISEI journal Exercise Immunology Review (EIR) is the official publication of the International Society of Exercise and Immunology and the German Society of Sports Medicine and Prevention. It is committed to develop and to enrich knowledge in all aspects of immunology that relate to acute exercise and regular physical activity. EIR publishes review articles and papers with new, original data including an extended, review-like discussion. In recognition of the broad range of disciplines that contribute to the understanding of immune function, the journal has adopted an interdisciplinary focus. This allows dissemination of research findings from disciplines such as exercise sciences, medicine, immunology, physiology, behavioural science, endocrinology, pharmacology, and psychology.

The first issue of EIR was published in 1994, with one issue per year.

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Journal information

ISSN: 1077-5552
Publisher and Sponsor: Association for the Advancement of Sports Medicine (Verein zur Förderung der Sportmedizin)
Printed by: TOM Systemdruck GmbH, Hansaring 125, 48268 Greven, Germany.
Impact factor: 3.467 (2005), 4.438 (2007), 7.053 (2013), 9.929 (2014)


Karsten Krüger
Leibniz University Hannover

Associate Editors

Jonathan Peake
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Richard Simpson
University of Houston, USA

Neil Walsh
Bangor University, UK

Editorial Board

Stéphane Bermon
Monaco Institute of Sports Medicine and Surgery, Monaco

Katsuhiko Suzuki
Waseda University, Japan

David C. Nieman
Appalachian State University, USA

Maree Gleeson
University of Newcastle, Australia

Jeffrey A. Woods
University of Illinois, USA

Frank C. Mooren
University of Giessen, Germany

Lindy Castell
University of Oxford, UK