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
Tubular Apocrine Adenoma - Case Report and Systematic Review
Tubular apocrine adenomas are relatively rare, benign, skin adnexal tumors with a limited number of cases reported in the literature. Herein is offered an additional case, as well as a thorough review and analysis of all previously reported cases....
Evaluation of Pharmacologically Interesting Dose Range of Ascorbic Acid in Mice
Ascorbic acid is the most abundant water-soluble naturally occurring organic compound with antioxidant properties. It serves as a cofactor for enzymes involved in hormone biosynthesis, and the regeneration of antioxidants. Plants and food rich in asc...
Epidural Adhesiolysis in the Management of Chronic Low Back Pain in Failed Back Surgery Syndrome and in Lumbar Radicular Pain: First Year of Experience in General Hospital Pula - Croatia, A Randomized Trial
To evaluate the efficacy and the feasibility of percutaneous adhesiolysis to reduce pain, to improve daily functions and reduce drugs intake in a patient with chronic pain....
Administration of Vasoconstrictor, But Not Volume Expander Prevents Maternal Hypotension During Spinal-Epidural Anesthesia For Elective Cesarean Section
To determine the best management option for preventing maternal hypotension after combined spinal-epidural anesthesia (CSEA) in elective cesarean section patients. A total of 240 full-term, single pregnancy women, undergoing elective cesarean section...
Basal Cell Adenoma of the Parotid Gland: Case Report
Basal cell adenomas are rare form of monomorfic adenomas of the parotid gland. This rare form of the tumors are mostly seen on suprafacial part of the parotid gland. Basal cell adenomas are well demarcated and asymptomatic tumors that can be treated ...
Public Mental Health Stigma and Mass Shootings
Mass shootings exert a strong influence on public policy and on public perception despite the fact that they are relatively rare. Mass shootings are defined by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as an incident in which at least four people w...