Trends in Infection and Global Health

Trends in Infection and Global Health (TIGH) is the journal for those interested in infection and global health, serving as an interface between academics, those in research and development, regulatory and governmental agencies, charities, and health and industry professionals.

Original research articles written in English and featuring well-designed studies with clearly analyzed and logically interpreted results are accepted, with a strong preference given to research that has the potential to make significant contributions to both the field of biotechnology and society in general. In keeping with the multidisciplinary nature of biotechnology, TIGH does not accept manuscripts written by a single author. Papers whose research focuses on method optimization or confirmation, or is a repetition of a previously conducted study but using a different organism will also not be considered, as these are outside of the journal's scope.

TIGH publishes primary research papers, review articles, short communications and letters on the following topics:

  • Tropical diseases
  • Microbiology
  • Epidemiology
  • Public health
  • Population health
  • One Health
  • Immunology
  • Chronic diseases
  • Surgical disease and surgical care
  • Chemotherapy and pharmacology
  • Maternal and child health
  • Clinical tropical medicine

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Vol 1, No 1 (2021): June 2021

Table of Contents


Mudatsir Mudatsir, Synat Keam, Wira Winardi, Amanda Yufika, Ali A. Rabaan, Alfonso J. Rodriguez-Morales, Kuldeep Dhama, Abram L. Wagner, Harapan Harapan
Abdul Wali Khan, Abad Khan, Muhammad Ishaq, Irfan Ullah, Marhami Fahriani
Masra Lena Siregar, Rabid Yahya Putradasa, Arini Nisaul, Suheir Muzakkir
Dian Sidik Arsyad, Firzan Nainu, Abram L. Wagner, Kuldeep Dhama
Seyi Samson Enitan, Joan Odigie, Oluyemisi Ajike Adekunbi, Okondu Ogechukwu Emmanuel, Nwachi Idume Ogbonna, Tsague Metago Claudette Laura, Chukwudi Amaechi Ofodile, Grace Eleojo Itodo, Marcel Edafetanure-Ibeh, Abiodun Oluwasegun Adetola