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2016

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2015 Top 10 Most Accessed Articles
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof. Xiao-nong Zhou, Dr Pin Yang
Collection published: 1 March 2016

Thematic series
Improving Access to and Affordability of Healthcare for TB Patients in China
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof. Shenglan Tang
Collection published: 20 January 2016


2015

Thematic series
Insecticide Resistance in Vectors
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou, Dr Abraham Peter Mnzava, Dr Raman Velayudhan, Dr Florence Fouque
Collection published: 26 October 2015

Cross journal collection
Every day is Malaria Day
Collection published: 23 April 2015


2014

Thematic series
Ebola outbreaks and community-based surveillance response systems
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou, George F Gao, Dr. Ernest Tambo
Collection published: 5 August 2014

Thematic series
Community-Based Interventions for the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof Xiao-Nong Zhou, Dr Johannes Sommerfeld
Collection published: 31 July 2014

Thematic series
EcoHealth and EIDs
- Dynamics between environmental change, development, and EIDs in Asia
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Dr Fred Unger, Prof Xiao-Nong Zhou, Delia Grace
Collection published: 7 May 2014


2013

Thematic series
Historical Development of Medical Parasitology in China
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou, Dr Sen-Hai Yu
Collection published: 9 September 2013

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Co-infection and Syndemics
Edited by: Prof Pascale Allotey, Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou
Collection published: 14 May 2013

Thematic series
Surveillance and Response to Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof Marcel Tanner, Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou
Collection published: 5 February 2013


2012

Cross journal collection
Open Access Africa: Showcasing African research
Collection published: 5 November 2012

Thematic series
Health Systems Research for Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Infectious Diseases of Poverty
Edited by: Prof Xiao-Nong Zhou
Collection published: 25 October 2012

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Aims and scope

Infectious Diseases of Poverty is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing topic areas and methods that address essential public health questions relating to infectious diseases of poverty. These include various aspects of the biology of pathogens and vectors, diagnosis and detection, treatment and case management, epidemiology and modeling, zoonotic hosts and animal reservoirs, control strategies and implementation, new technologies and application. Transdisciplinary or multisectoral effects on health systems, ecohealth, environmental management, and innovative technology are also considered.

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Improving Access to and Affordability of Healthcare for TB Patients in China
Edited by: Prof. Shenglan Tang
Published: 20 January 2016

Insecticide Resistance in Vectors
Edited by: Prof. Xiao-Nong Zhou, Dr Abraham Peter Mnzava, Dr Raman Velayudhan, Dr Florence Fouque
Published: 26 October 2015

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Editor's profile

Professor Xiao-Nong Zhou is Director of the National Institute of Parasitic Diseases at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, based in Shanghai, China. He graduated with a PhD in Biology from Copenhagen University, Denmark in 1994, following his MSc in Medical Parasitology from Jiangsu Institute of Parasitic Diseases. Professor Zhou returned to Jiangsu to work across the fields of ecology, population biology, epidemiology, and malacology, before moving to the National Institute of Parasitic Diseases in 2001, where he has worked as a Professor on the infectious diseases of poverty. After almost a decade of being Deputy Director at the institute, Professor Zhou was made Director in 2010.

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