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  • Review ProcessDouble Blind
    • Publication lead time3 - 4 weeks
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    • Waiver policy for APCYes
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Editorial Board

Robert Amato
Professor and Director
Department of Oncology
USA
Robert.Amato@uth.tmc.edu
JVI

Research Interest: Genitourinary Cancer

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Yu-Chen Hu
Department of Chemical Engineering
National Tsing Hua University
Taiwan
ychu@mx.nthu.edu.tw
JVI

Research Interest: Gene therapy, Cell and tissue engineering, Vaccine development, Biomaterials, Synthetic biology and biomass, Nanobiotechnology.

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Wayne Grant Carter
Division of Medical Sciences & Graduate Entry Medicine
University of Nottingham
UK
Wayne.Carter@nottingham.ac.uk
JVI

Research Interest: Research interests are varied and include detection and utilisation of novel biomarkers of toxicological exposure.

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Mahfoozur Rahman
Associate Professor
Department of Pharmaceutics
Abhilashi College of Pharmacy
India
mahfoozkaifi@gmail.com
JVI

Research Interest: Immune based inflammatory disorders (with special reference to nanomedicines).

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Salvatore Pellegrino
Paediatric Gastroenterology and Cystic Fibrosis
University of Messina
Italy
fumonero@inwind.it
JVI

Research Interest: Inflammatory bowel diseases coeliac disease, Cystic fibrosis.

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Shih-Jen Liu
Associate Investigator
National Health Research Institutes
Taiwan
levent@nhri.org.tw
JVI

Research Interest: Currently, his studies focus on the two major directions. The first one is to study the innate receptor TLR and NLR ligands as adjuvant for CTL epitope-based vaccines to treat cancer and the adjuvant effect on the modulation of immune responses will be studied.

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Jing Li
Deputy Director and Professor
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China
liuwj@im.ac.cn
JVI

Research Interest: Molecular biology of viruses, the interactions of viruses with host cells, the pathogenesis of viral diseases, the post-translational modification of viral proteins, and mechanisms of host defense. The research works are designed to increase fundamental knowledge as well as to facilitate the development of new approaches to control of viral infection.

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Guoyun Chen
Assistant Professor
Department of Pediatrics
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
USA
GChen@childrensnational.org
JVI

Research Interest: Self-nonself discrimination in innate immunity, Host-pathogen interactions Autoimmune diseases.

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Julie Bouckaert
Researcher
Computational Molecular Systems Biology
Lille University of Science and Technology
France
julie.bouckaert@univ-lille1.fr
JVI

Research Interest: Structure-to-function relationships of microbial lectins Structural study of multivalent protein-carbohydrate interactions Analysis of differential glycosylation and bacterial infection pathology during metabolic imbalance Structure-based design of anti-bacterial and anti-fungal drugs.

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Karol Fijalkowski
West Pomerania University of Technology
Poland
karol.fijalkowski@zut.edu.pl
JVI

Research Interest: Bacteria of the genus Staphylococcus, in particular the species S. aureus and virulence factors produced by this species. In the so far carried out research, the results of which were published in several peer-reviewed journals I analyzed:

1.The influence of leucocytotoxic and superantygenic virulence factors produced by S. aureus strains isolated from milk of cows with mastitis on the cytokine production and gene expression in bovine leukocyte cultures in vitro;
2. the impact of staphylococcal exotoxins on the process of phagocytosis in vitro;
3. the efficacy of treatment of mastitis by staphylococcal autovaccine;
4. the profile of resistance to methicillin of coagulase-negative staphylococci isolated from animals;
5. the profile of the genes encoding superantigens in S. aureus and S. xylosus isolates collected from cows;
6. the possibility of transfer of genes encoding superantigens between staphylococci occurring in the same mammary gland;
7. genetic relatedness of staphylococci isolated within a herd of animals;
8. the biological activity of staphylococcal exosecretions against leukocytes in vitro;
9. the impact of staphylococcal virulence factors on the morphology of leukocytes in vitro.
I also analyzed and published in the GenBank several new 16S rRNA gene sequences of bacteria representing different species of staphylococci, identified by PCR-RFLP analysis of gap gene. Furthermore, as a contributor I published in the GenBank the 16S rRNA gene sequences of bacterial isolates, which were unidentified based on the polymorphism of gap gene, of which at least two isolates represent new species or subspecies of the staphylococci.
The second direction of my research concerns the use of magnetic fields, in particular the rotating magnetic field to modify the functional parameters and pathogenicity potential of different species of microorganisms. At the present, I’m analyzing the influence of magnetic field on metabolic processes in microorganisms, both at the cellular and molecular level. As a continuation of my first research mainstream microorganism used in these studies is primarily S. aureus.

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Bingyun Li
Associate Professor
Department of Orthopaedics
West Virginia University
USA
bili@hsc.wvu.edu
JVI

Research Interest: Nanomedicine, Controlled/Targeted Drug Delivery, Toxicology, Pharmacology, Cellular Interaction, Nanofilms and Microcapsules, Biomimetic, Microbiology, Immunology.

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Bing Ni
Professor
Institute of Immunology
PLA Third Military Medical University
China
nibingxi@yahoo.com
JVI

Research Interest: Epigenetic regulation of virus or autoimmune diseases on host immune cells such as Treg, Th17 and innate lymphoid cells (ILCs).

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Merghoub Taha
Associate Biologist
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
USA
MerghouT@mskcc.org
JVI

Research Interest: Pathogenesis and Treatment of Melanoma, and in Part are directed at Developing Tools to Study Melanoma.

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Roman Chlibek
Professor
Department of Epidemiology
University of Defence
Czech Republic
roman.chlibek@unob.cz
JVI

Research Interest: Infection diseases prevention, epidemiology of infectious diseases, vaccination, vaccines, travel and tropical medicine.

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Manmohan Singh
Head
Global Drug Product Development
Technical Development Novartis Vaccines
USA
manmohan.singh@novartis.com
JVI

Research Interest: He focused on developing novel adjuvants and vaccine delivery systems for prophylactic vaccination along with rational design of new vaccine formulations for Novartis discovery projects.

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