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- Your research will be more discoverable
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Your published article can be discovered and read for free by anyone, anywhere in the world. Articles published open access on our platform are read eight times more than articles published in a traditional subscription journal
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Our robust peer review process assures readers that the journal only includes valuable new research
Aims & Scope
As one of the first Open Access journals in this multidisciplinary field, Infection Ecology & Epidemiology is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal affiliated with the One Health Sweden. It aims to be a truly international forum for the free exchange of original, cross-disciplinary, high quality papers from multiple medical and ecological disciplines, describing exactly what happens at the interface between wild and domestic animals, and humans.
This journal will accept Original research articles, review articles, case studies, reports, debate pieces and short communications addressing promising research on topics such as:
- Zoonotic microbioorganisms
- Vector borne infections
- Gastrointestinal pathogens
- Antimicrobial resistance
- Zoonotic microbioorganisms in changing environment
The standard article publishing charge (APC) for this journal is: €1400/$1582/£1218, for up to 7 pages. The APC for Short Communications of up to 4 pages is: €815/$921/£709, and for PhD Reviews is: €650/$735/£566. Articles exceeding these page limits will incur an additional charge of: €75/$85/£65 per page. Depending on your location, these charges may be subject to local taxes.
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- Editor-in-Chief: Björn Olsen, Uppsala University, Sweden
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Click on the links belModelling human Puumala hantavirus infection in relation to bank vole abundance and masting intensity in the Netherlandsow to gain access to recently published papers from Infection Ecology & Epidemiology.
Modelling human Puumala hantavirus infection in relation to bank vole abundance and masting intensity in the Netherlands
- Arno Swart, Dick L. Bekker, Miriam Maas, Ankje de Vries, Roan Pijnacker, Chantal B. E. M. Reusken & Joke W. B. van der Giessen
Potential disease transmission from wild geese and swans to livestock, poultry and humans: a review of the scientific literature from a One Health perspective
- Johan Elmberg, Charlotte Berg, Henrik Lerner, Jonas Waldenström & Rebecca Hessel
- Anna-Lena Hammarin Msc, Louise Treiberg Berndtsson DVM, Kerstin Falk PhD, Associate Professor, Marie Nedinge Ms, Gert Olsson PhD & Åke Lundkvist PhD, Professor
- Alfred O. Ochieng BSc, MSc, Mark Nanyingi BVM, MSc, Edwin Kipruto BSc, Isabella M. Ondiba BEd(Sci), MSc, Fred A. Amimo BSc, MSc, PhD, Christopher Oludhe BSc, MSc, PhD, Daniel O. Olago BSc, MSc, DPhil, Isaac K. Nyamongo BSc, MSc, PhD & Benson B. A. Estambale MBChB, MSc, PhD