Background

Background

Zoonoses is a gold open-access, peer-reviewed journal for research scientists, physicians, veterinarians, and public health professionals working on diverse disciplinaries of zoonotic diseases. Zoonoses provides an open platform for rapid publication of the latest findings, approaches, and viewpoints related to medical sciences, veterinary sciences, and public health. Article types accepted include research articles, review articles, commentaries, editorials, short communications, case report articles, letters to the Editor and study protocols. These should focus on multi-disciplinary research or clinical topics in zoonosis. Papers should advance the scientific knowledge of the epidemiology, etiology, biology, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, and management of zoonotic diseases related to viral, bacterial, parasitic, or fungal infections.

Zoonoses subscribes fully to the COPE code of conduct and best practice for journal editors ensuring that our editors are accountable for everything published in our journal. Our readers will always be informed about how the research is funded and our relationships with authors, reviewers and editorial board members will be influenced by COPE recommendations.

Funded By

Committee of Tropical Diseases, China Endemic Diseases Society

Contact: Dr Hailiang Li

Address: Shandong First Medical University, No. 6699 Qingdao Road, Jinan City, Shandong Province, 250062, People’s Republic of China

Email: lihailiang@sdfmu.edu.cn

Tel: +86 1989 5758592

Published By

The journal is published by Compuscript Ltd.

For more information please contact:

Morgan Lyons

Bay 11a, Shannon Industrial Est., Shannon, Co. Clare, Ireland

Tel: +353 61 472743

E-mail: sales@compuscript.com

Open Access

Zoonoses publishes as a gold open access journal. This means all articles are available on the internet to all users immediately upon publication. See full licencing and copyright information here.

Article Types Published

Zoonoses publishes research articles, review articles, commentaries, editorials, short communications, case report articles, letters to the Editor and study protocols.