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Special Issue "Feature Papers of Zoonotic Diseases 2021–2022"
A special issue of Zoonotic Diseases (ISSN 2813-0227).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 December 2022) | Viewed by 53604
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Interests: immunology; ticks; tick-borne diseases; ectoparasites; vector-borne diseases; parasitology; zoonoses
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Special Issue in Zoonotic Diseases: Feature Papers of Zoonotic Diseases 2023
Special Issue Information
We are pleased to announce a Special Issue entitled “Feature Papers of Zoonotic diseases 2021–2022”, which will be one of the first of a new journal, Zoonotic Diseases. Zoonotic Diseases is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides an advanced forum for studies related to mutually transmissible infections between humans and other animal species. The journal will complete the group of international journals in the field of Zoonotic Diseases that we are expecting to very soon gain popularity and prestige.
For this Special Issue, we are seeking the submission of manuscripts from zoonotic disease fields of interest to our international readers. In this case, well-designed studies and good datasets are required to promote the quality of, and interest in, our new journal. We welcome both original research articles and comprehensive review papers. The papers in this Special Issue will be published via our open access platform after a thorough peer review, a process which will benefit both our authors and readers.
As evidenced by the keywords list, the fields to be included in this Special Issue have been broadened to best represent the scope of the journal, while creating more opportunities for international research contributions.
You are welcome to send short proposals for feature paper submissions to the Editorial Office ([email protected]) before submission.
We look forward to receiving your excellent work.
Prof. Dr. Stephen K. Wikel
- Zoonotic diseases
- Zoonoses and public health
- Veterinary medicine
- Infectious diseases
- Veterinary medicine and human health
- One health and eco-health
- Control and prevention of zoonotic disease
- Disease ecology
- Disease vectors
- Disease detection and diagnostics
- Disease modeling