Infection Ecology & Epidemiology aims to be a truly international forum to stimulate inter-disciplinary collaborations dealing with a range of subjects from the plethora of infections in humans, over diseases that have implications for wildlife ecology, to advanced virology and bacteriology. The journal specifically welcomes studies from the developing world, and studies in which researchers from multiple medical and ecological disciplines collaborate to increase our knowledge of the emergence, spread, and effect of new and re-emerging infectious diseases in humans, domestic animals, and wildlife. The journal’s main areas of interest include, but are not limited to, zoonotic microorganisms, vectorborne infections, gastrointestinal pathogens, antimicrobial resistance, and microorganisms in a changing environment.
2011. Vol. 1, 6015- p.