HPD 2009 : Human Parasitic Diseases
Call For Papers
This is a call for papers for Human Parasitic Diseases – a recently-established, peer-reviewed open access journal published by Libertas Academica. This important and exciting new has already attracted manuscripts of very high scientific quality. This is because Human Parasitic Diseases offers, and continues to offer, rigorous, fair and prompt standards of peer review. My policy as Editor-in-Chief is that anyone can contribute, and not only those in major institutions.
Open access means that all articles are freely available to all, worldwide, and at no cost to the reader. All articles published in Human Parasitic Diseases become available immediately to researchers worldwide, through electronic databases. Authors however retain copyright of their work. The advantages of open-access publication are ineluctable. I urge you to submit your article or articles now.
What is the advantage to you of publishing in Human Parasitic Diseases?
Full open access: everyone can read your article and you retain copyright in it
Publishing decision within 2 weeks of submission
Your paper will not be rejected due to lack of space and will be published immediately on acceptance
Prompt and fair peer review from two expert peer reviewers
Frequent updates on your paper’s status
Friendly responsive staff
Aims and scope:
Human Parasitic Diseases is a journal that publishes papers on parasitic diseases in humans.
What a previous author said:
"The communication between your staff and me has been terrific. Whenever progress is made with the manuscript, I receive notice. Quite honestly, I've never had such complete communication with a journal."
The advantages of a younger journal such as Human Parasitic Diseases are numerous but in essence allow us a greater flexibility and responsiveness to authors and readers that older journals cannot match.
Timing and deadlines:
Submissions are welcomed at any time. Papers are published on an on-going basis.
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Dr Ashley Croft
Human Parasitic Diseases