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World AIDS Day

December 1st marks World AIDS Day, a globally recognized occasion dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic and mourning those we have lost. The fight against HIV/AIDS has seen monumental strides, largely due to the ceaseless efforts of the scientific community. In light of this annual observance, we are thrilled to present a special collection of articles that will exclusively examine the scientific studies relating to HIV/AIDS, both retrospectively and prospectively.

Retrospective Analyses: The Science of Progress
The retrospective section will feature articles analyzing the scientific discoveries that have shaped our current understanding of HIV/AIDS. It will revisit groundbreaking research, pivotal trials, innovative therapies, and milestones that have been critical in managing and treating this complex disease.

Prospective Investigations: Towards a Brighter Future
On the other hand, the prospective segment will offer forward-looking insights, spotlighting emerging scientific trends, cutting-edge research, and future directions. This section will foster a dialogue about the next phase in HIV/AIDS research and highlight areas where innovation, collaboration, and focused efforts are needed.

Call for Submissions: A Focus on Scientific Exploration
We welcome submissions from researchers, scientists, clinicians, and academics who are engaged in the scientific study of HIV/AIDS. Submissions may include, but are not limited to:

    • Effects and long-term consequences of co-infections with HIV 
    • Advances in treatment and prevention
    • Immunological and genetic research
    • Epidemiological studies and global health
    • Interdisciplinary research exploring new frontiers in HIV/AIDS

This collection aims to serve as a platform for showcasing rigorous scientific investigation and offers an opportunity for authors to contribute to a broader understanding of where we've come from and where we're heading in the battle against HIV/AIDS.

Please consult the submission guidelines and deadlines on the individual journal websites to be part of this unique and impactful commemoration.

Participating Journals

AIDS Research and Therapy

Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials

Reproductive Health


Virology Journal

Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition

There are currently no articles in this collection.