Eminent Editorial Board Members

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

RECENT ARTICLES
Acute Mastoiditis Following Leech Therapy in the Treatment of Acute Otitis Media
Hirudotherapy (Leech therapy) was first used by Avicenna in 1020 [1]. It was believed that Hirudo medicinalis balanced the ‘biological humours’ by removing blood from patients. In 12th century, Abd-el-latifal-Baghdadi claimed that leeches could h...
Thoracic Aortic Laceration Resulting in Death, Six Days after a Motor Vehicle Accident: A Case Study
Blunt traumatic aortic rupture (BTAR) resulting from an intimal fracture following a motor vehicle accident is quite rare. Although a standard chest x-ray is an initial gold standard screening test, the diagnosis of aortic rupture requires confirmat...
Concepts of Process Validation in Solid Dosage Form [Tablet] An Overview
Drugs having an important role in curing the various diseases in health care. Therefore, drugs must be manufactured to achieve a predictable therapeutic response with highest quality levels. End product testing by itself doesn’t guarantee the quali...
Pathogenic variants in KPTN gene identified by Clinical Whole-Genome Sequencing
Status epilepticus is not rare in critically ill intensive care unit patients, but its diagnosis is often delayed or missed. The mortality for convulsive status epilepticus is dependent on the underlying aetiologies and the age of the patients, and t...
Assessment of Hospital Liquid Waste Management in Public and Private Hospitals in Tamale Metropolis, Ghana
In developing countries, hospital liquid waste management is an issue of major concern. The main objective of this study was to assess the types and current management practices of hospital liquid waste in public hospitals and private hospitals: one ...
Adult Alveolar Paranasal Rhabdomyosarcoma; A Rare Aggressive Disease with Pulmonary, Brain and Skeletal Metastasis: Review of an Institutional Experience
Rhabdomyosarcoma (RMS) is predominantly seen in children, most commonly occurring in the head and neck region while extremity tumors are more common in adults. An adult onset RMS of nasal cavity and paranasal sinus is of exceedingly rare occurrence a...