Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access is pleased to extend call for paper submission for its special issue on "Zika in Pregnancy" with a view to enhance the readers understanding on Zikas impact on pregnancy
Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access is intended to publish the articles of original unpublished research or reviews related to every aspect of Zika’s impact on pregnancy. This special issue is aimed to encompass the related publications from bench to bedside. Journal aims to include the publications on the basic sciences research. The cutting edge research leading to the better understanding of the effects of Zika virus infection at molecular and tissue levels. Related clinical studies enlightening over the impact of Zika on human pregnancy are welcome. The topic maybe related to physical and mental health issues being the outcome of Zika infection in pregnancy. The studies and case reports of adverse pregnancy outcomes, pregnancy loss and growth retardation due to Zika infection may be addressed. The other topics may be tailored towards the prenatal, intranatal and postnatal Zika infection research, its global health effects, focused epidemiological research and the preventive measures to hamper Zika infection after conception. Journal also looks forward to include the research about the postnatal effects on newborn babies, infant growth, achieving milestones and prospective future of affected babies over time.
Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access aims to provide a platform for researchers & aspirants that support Open access policies related to research on wide range of infectious and immunological diseases related to children’s. The Journal follows a stringent double blind peer review process.
All the submitted manuscripts undergo thorough review under the stewardship of "Dr. Sidra Shafique". "Dr. Sidra Shafique" is a renowned scientist in the field of Department of Reproduction and Developmental Sciences . She is currently affiliated with PhD in Department of Reproduction and Developmental Sciences in Queens University, Ontario, Canada.
We welcome the manuscripts for special issue till “25 September 2017”. The submitted manuscripts would be published by "25 October 2017". As the submission for the special issue would be limited in number & would be processed on a First come First Serve basis, let us know your interest at the earliest in making the submission. Open access policy provides free access to manuscripts to all its readers and hence rigors the need for a publication fee. Pediatric Infectious Diseases: Open Access caters to the requirements of medical practitioners, researchers, lab professionals, students, academicians, and industry that is involved in Medical and clinical studies.