The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries: Announcements <p>A peer-reviewed open access medical journal, focusing on global health.</p> en-US Announcements: Registration issues for users from China <p>At the moment, we have observed users connecting from China can't register on the journal site, getting an error stating "You must complete the validation check used to prevent spam submissions."</p> <p>We are aware of the problem, which is due to the chinese state firewall, preventing connections to certain Google servers, where the CAPTCHA system is hosted.</p> <p>The problem will be resolved as soon as we will perform the site upgrade to the new version, which is scheduled soon.</p> <p>In the meantime, <strong>users from China are encouraged to send an email</strong> to the, containing their details, <strong>so we can manually add you to the site</strong>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2018-01-19 News: Welcome to the new JIDC site <p>As you can see, the Journal of Infection in Developing Countries is online with a new website.</p> <p>A completely redesigned backend is now available for all users, making the editing process smoother, and lowering (when not zero-ing) the need for back and forth emails.</p> <p>We made the effort to provide our users with a more modern, mobile-first interface, and to be able to index our work in more directories and repositories for preservation.</p> <p>More news will be coming soon, to keep you up to date with new functions as they will be available.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2017-05-11 News: Updated cookie and privacy policy The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2015-06-08 News: JIDC new Impact Factor announced <p>Dear readers and authors, the JCR impact factors for 2011 have been released.<br /><strong>We are pleased to announce that JIDC now has an impact factor of 1.2</strong></p><p>Congratulations to everybody<br /> <br /> Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,<br /> <br /> Salvatore Rubino, <em>JIDC Editor in Chief </em></p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2012-07-04 News: Introducing JIDC Postcards: the JIDC blog <p>We are introducing <a title="JIDC Postcards" href="">JIDC Postcards</a> to showcase international medicine and science. These are the stories by people doing research and writing the papers. JIDC Postcards will be written by students, researchers, professors, or members of the health care community such as nurses and doctors from any country. Importantly, the JIDC blog as well as JIDC the journal is a platform for scientific communication between developing and developed countries. Therefore, as with JIDC journal article publications, the JIDC blog is not limited to researchers in the developing countries.</p><p>Every week, JIDC Postcards will publish a new post describing science experiences from around the world.</p><p>Join us at: <a title="JIDC Blog" href=""></a></p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2011-06-21 News: CDC December 2011 Symposium on Identification, Screening and Surveillance of HCV Infections in the Era of Improved Therapy for Hepatitis C. <p>CDC invites you to participate in this forthcoming Symposium. It will be held on 1-2 Dec 2011 at its Roybal Campus in Atlanta, GA, USA.</p><p><strong>Dates:</strong> December 1st & 2nd, 2011</p> <p><strong>Program:</strong> <a href="">Schedule </a>of events and speakers</p> <p><strong>Location: </strong>Tom Harkin Global Communication Center, Roybal Campus, 1600 Clifton Road, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA 30333</p> <p><strong>Accommodations:</strong> For those coming from outside the Atlanta area, here is a <a href="">list of local hotels</a>, including directions to the Symposium from the more remote ones.</p> <p><strong>Registration:</strong> The <a href="">registration page</a> is currently open.</p> <p>This event is hosted by the Division of Viral Hepatitis, CDC</p><p><strong>Official website:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank"></a></p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2011-05-03 News: International Conference & Exhibition on Virology <strong>Dates: 5 - 7 September 2011 <br /> Venue: Baltimore, USA <br /> </strong><br /><br /> <strong>Website:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /><br /> <strong>Operated by:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank"> Editors-Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals</a> and <a href="" target="_blank"> Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research</a> <br /><br /> <strong>Hosting Organization:</strong> <a href="" target="_blank"> OMICS Publishing Group</a><br /><br /> <br /> OMICS Publishing Group is organizing “<strong>International Conference & Exhibition on Virology</strong>", will be held during 5-7 September 2011 Baltimore, USA. Virology-2011 is a specially designed cluster conference, which covers a wide range of critically important sessions in basic virology research to Advances in Cancer, Agriculture, Veterinary and Clinical research studies. We would like to take the utmost pleasure in inviting you as a Speaker at this Conference to discuss and analyze “Novel Therapeutic Strategies in Virology”.<br /><br /> <br /> Virology-2011 organizing committee anticipates over 1500 participants attend this premier event. <br /><br /> <br /> Please submit your abstract by online at <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /> (or) by e-mail to <a href="" target="_blank"></a><br /> fax to +1-650-618-1414.<br /><br /> <br /> For further information regarding Virology-2011, please visit: <a href="" target="_blank"></a> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2011-03-07 News: Updated Lab manual from GFN <p>The GFN Lab Subcommittee are pleased to announce the updated laboratory manual on the<strong> Isolation of<em> Salmonella</em> and<em> Shigella</em> from Faecal Specimens. <br /><br /> </strong>Please see the link below to access the manual online:<br /><br /> <a href=""></a></p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2010-11-25 News: A vacancy announcement for a Food Safety Specialist (Veterinary Drug Residues) <p>A vacancy announcement for a Food Safety Specialist (Veterinary Drug Residues). This is a joint FAO/IAEA position in the Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications, based in Vienna, Austria.</p> <p>The application deadline is 29 November 2010. Please click on the link below for detailed information:<br /><a href="" target="_blank"></a></p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2010-10-22 News: New article publication policy <p>The JIDC Editorial Team would like to inform users that articles submitted from November 1st 2010 will be charged with a Publication Fee of 200,- EUROs on the date of acceptance for Publication.</p> <p>Submission and Peer Review will remain free of charge for everyone.</p> The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries 2010-10-12