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Call for Papers

Pathogens and Global Health is currently open for submissions of original articles and reviews on various topics relating to the translation of molecular, immunological, genomic and epidemiological knowledge into control measures for global health threats.

In particular, Pathogens and Global Health would be interested in articles related to:

  • emerging viral diseases
  • vaccination (new potential vaccine candidates, as well as social aspects of vaccine implementation)
  • new vector control technology
  • drug development
  • yellow fever transmission
  • malaria diagnosis
  • river blindness
  • Ebola modelling and elimination
  • South East Asian river fluke
  • immunotherapy
  • precision medicine
  • new insecticides

Submitted manuscripts will undergo a rigourous double-anonymous peer review by independent expert referees.

Pathogens and Global Health has a 2018 Impact Factor of 1.969.

You will benefit from publishing in Pathogens and Global Health by:

  1. Gaining recognition from an international audience
  2. Increasing your opportunities for future collaboration
  3. Evaluating your work by the experienced members of our Editorial Board
  4. Receiving 50 free e-prints & tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Services site
  5. Tracking downloads, citations, and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works
  6. Increasing the discoverability of your research with listings in PubMed/MEDLINE, Scopus, and more!
  7. Increasing the visiblity of your work when your article is made Open Access 1 year from publication date. Free access from day one is possible upon negotiation with the Editor.

Submission Guidelines

Learn more about preparing your manuscript by visiting the Instructions for Authors page.

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Editorial Information

Professor Andrea Crisanti
Imperial College, London, UK

Title Authors
Molecular surveillance of putative drug resistance markers of antifolate and artemisinin among imported Plasmodium falciparum in Qatar Devendra Bansal, Praveen K. Bharti, Anushree Acharya, Mohamed H Abdelraheem, Priyanka Patel, Ashraf Elmalik, Salem Abosalah, Fahmi Y. Khan, Mohamed ElKhalifa, Hargobinder Kaur, Elmoubasher Farag, Nilanju P Sarmah, Pradyumna K. Mohapatra, Rakesh Sehgal, Jagadish Mahanta & Ali A. Sultan
Identification of Leptospira spp. from environmental sources in areas with high human leptospirosis incidence in the Philippines Marjo V. Mendoza & Windell L. Rivera
Emerging and threatening vector-borne zoonoses in the world and in Europe: a brief update Eva Jánová
A comprehensive analysis of malaria transmission in Brazil Bianca C. Carlos, Luisa D. P. Rona, George K. Christophides & Jayme A. Souza-Neto
Excess deaths associated with the 2014 chikungunya epidemic in Jamaica André Ricardo Ribas Freitas, Patrick Gérardin, Luiza Kassar & Maria Rita Donalisio
Building the evidence base for dengue vector control: searching for certainty in an uncertain world Olaf Horstick, Ross Boyce & Silvia Runge-Ranzinger
Patient and treatment pathways for toxoplasmosis in the United States: data analysis of the Vizient Health Systems Data from 2011 to 2017 Kathy Belk, Mark P. Connolly, Lisa Schlesinger & Ruben R. Ben-Harari

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