Viral and Bacterial Diseases at the Bird-Human Interface
Special issue from Infection Ecology & Epidemiology
Details of the special issue
You are invited to contribute a research article to Infection Ecology & Epidemiology's special issue on Viral and Bacterial Diseases at the Bird-Human Interface.
Understanding interactions between birds and humans is important in combating zoonotic disease. In a rapidly changing world, migratory birds play a role - together with the expanding trade of livestock - in the dispersal and emergence of new infections. Birds form the natural reservoir of different viral and bacterial diseases, and are usually potential carriers of pathogenic microorganisms via their ticks.
The goal of this special issue is to serve as a collection of the current knowledge on different pathogens at the bird-human interface, ranging from molecular biology to clinical medicine.
Guest Editor: Mahmoud Naguib, Zoonosis Science Centre, Uppsala University, Sweden
Benefit from a 60% APC discount when you submit to this special issue
Submitting authors to this special issue of Infection Ecology & Epidemiology will be eligible for a 60% discount on the usual article publishing charge of €1400/US$1582/£1218.
To claim the 60% APC discount, you must quote the discount following discount code upon submission:
Authors from low and middle-income countries (as defined by the World Bank) may also be granted discounts and waivers on a case-by-case basis.
The deadline for submissions to the special issue is 25th September 2019.
All papers will be subject to peer review. Those accepted will be published online on an ongoing basis.
For further information, and to read our Instructions for Authors, please visit http://www.infectionecologyandepidemiology.net/
If you have a proposal, or any questions, please contact us at the Infection Ecology & Epidemiology Editorial Office or by emailing the Editor-in-Chief, Björn Olsen (email@example.com).
About the journal
Infection Ecology & Epidemiology is a fully open access journal indexed in PubMed, BIOSIS Previews and the DOAJ, among others.
The journal aims to be a truly international forum for original, cross-disciplinary, high-quality papers from multiple medical and ecological disciplines, describing exactly what happens at the interface between wild and domestic animals, and humans.