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15 June 2021
Vaccines for Neglected Tropical Diseases
Expert Review of Vaccines is looking for submissions to the Special Issue ‘Vaccines for Neglected Tropical Diseases’ with Professor Vasso Apostolopoulos as the guest editor.
Significant progress has been made toward eliminating or reducing several of the Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs), however it is still estimated that 1 billion people are affected by NTDs globally. The special issue will bring together experts in the field to produce a comprehensive issue of the journal, highlighting our current efforts to develop vaccines against NTD's.
- 4.362 (2019) Impact Factor
- Q2 (2019) Impact Factor Best Quartile
- 3.893 (2019) 5 year IF
- Q1 (2019) Scimago (Drug Discovery, Immunology, Molecular Medicine and Pharmacology)
- 7.6 (2019) CiteScore
- 1.25 (2019) SNIP
Coverage will include the latest vaccine development for a wide range of NTD's including:
• Buruli Ulcer
• Chagas Disease
• Dengue Fever
• Dracunculiasis (Guinea Worm Disease)
• Human African Trypanosomiasis (African Sleeping Sickness)
• Leprosy (Hansen’s Disease)
• Lymphatic Filariasis
• Soil-transmitted Helminths (STH) (Ascaris, Hookworm, and Whipworm)
Publishing your work as part of a special issue is beneficial, as articles often receive more views and higher citation numbers. This issue also welcomes high-quality original research focused on the vaccine production and clinical performance against NTD's.
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The journal publishes a range of article types, including Reviews, Perspectives, Editorials, Special Reports, Meta-Analyses and Original Research. The deadline for articles submitted to be included in the Special Issue are as follows:
Rapid Track: 1st June 2021
Fast Track: 15th June 2021
Please include a statement confirming that the manuscript is intended for the Special Issue in your cover letter.
Taylor & Francis is committed to enabling sustainable open research initiatives that lead to more open scholarly communications. If you are interested in making your article for this special issue Open Access, you can learn more about our Open Access publishing options here: https://authorservices.taylorandfrancis.com/publishing-open-access/.
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