Eminent Editorial Board Members

Jianxun Song
UNITED STATES
Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis
Paulo Renato Zuquim Antas
BRAZIL
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William Cho
HONG KONG
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Christos Georgiou
GREECE
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Marco Ciotti
ITALY
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Nadraga Alexander
UKRAINE
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Xinna Li
UNITED STATES
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Mingui Fu
UNITED STATES
Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis
Gyanendra Singh
India
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Asim Kumar Basak
India
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Hazem Aqel
SAUDI ARABIA
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Shailendra K Saxena
India
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Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad
SUDAN
Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis
Fernando Almeida de Souza
BRAZIL
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John T Nwangwu
UNITED STATES
Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis
Ramesh C Gupta
India
Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis

Journal of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenesis (JIDP) is an international, peer reviewed, open access journal which encourages research, education, and dissemination of knowledge in the field of Infectious Diseases across the globe. JIDP publishes research works that reflect significant advances in the key disciplines of basic and clinical science. The journal is devoted to provide a platform for Epidemiologists, pathologists, and Public Health experts and clinical researchers, to share and reuse each other's data sets throughout the world. 

JIDP provides a rapid communication by promoting articles having scientific information in the form of review articles, clinical Investigations, Epidemiological Analysis, Data Protocols, Case Reports, and special commentaries, laboratory-based research throughout the world.

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Transient Drug-Induced Myopia
Myopia (nearsightedness) is a refractive error, a condition in which the cornea and lens of the nonaccommoding eye have too much plus power for the length of eye. As a result, images of distant objects are focused in front of the retina and thus appe...
Morphine versus Fentanyl Used Spinally for Post Cesarean Section Analgesia: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Finding appropriate analgesic for cesarean section with maximum pain relief and minimal untoward effects is very important to aid mother’s recovery. So, this study was carried out to compare morphine and fentanyl given spinally in patients undergoi...
Self-Reports of Corrective Experiences by Suicide Attempters in a Video Self-Confrontation
Addressing suicide processes in their own rights and not only as a part of another disorder opens a door to new interventions. Thus, any monitoring of and reflecting on suicide processes should be helpful in suicide prevention. Video supported self-c...
History of Nazi Dental Gold: From Dead Bodies till Swiss Bank
The SS Reichsfürher Heinrich Himmler, on the 23rd of September 1940 gave the SS doctors orders to collect the golden teeth in the mouth of the dead. Everybody knows that....
Preparation and Characterization of Biodegradable Glimepiride Loaded PLA Nanoparticles by o/w Solvent Evaporation Method Using High Pressure Homogenizer: A Factorial Design Approach
Glimepiride is used for the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus, one of the third generation sulfonylurea drugs having poor aqueous solubility, slow dissolution rate and low elimination half life. The Aim of the present study was to prepare Glimepi...
Evaluation of Heart Block in Inferior Wall Myocardial Infarction in context of Intervention: Temporary Pacemaker Implantation Versus Conservative Medical Management, a Single Centre Experience from Eastern India
Association between Inferior wall Myocardial infarction (IWMI) and various degree of heart block is well known. However, most of these blocks are transient. Objective of this study was to re-evaluate whether they need temporary pacemaker or can be tr...