Journal of Clinical Virology: Volume 158 to Volume 167
Overview: Journal of Clinical Virology
The Journal of Clinical Virology stands at the forefront of academic discourse, dedicated to the dissemination of cutting-edge research and findings in the realm of human virology, particularly those with direct implications for clinical conditions caused by viruses. As viruses continue to pose significant health challenges globally, understanding their intricacies, pathogenesis, and associated disease states becomes paramount. This journal bridges the gap between basic virological research and its translation into clinical insights and applications.
Scope and Focus:
- Human Virology: Central to the journal’s ethos is the exploration of viruses that impact human health, ranging from common viral infections to emerging and re-emerging viral threats.
- Clinical Conditions: The journal emphasizes studies that illuminate the clinical manifestations, progression, and complications of virus-induced conditions, aiding clinicians in diagnosis, management, and prognosis.
- Interdisciplinary Approach: Recognizing the vastness of virological study, the journal welcomes articles from diverse fields, be it molecular virology, immunovirology, or viral epidemiology. The key criterion is the article’s relevance in advancing our understanding of a virus-related disease state.
- Translational Virology: Beyond basic research, the journal underscores the importance of translational studies that can pave the way for innovative diagnostic tools, therapeutic interventions, and preventive strategies against viral diseases.
The Journal of Clinical Virology serves as a beacon for researchers, clinicians, virologists, and healthcare professionals. By offering a platform for the publication of groundbreaking research that melds the vast world of virology with the tangible realities of clinical practice, the journal plays a pivotal role in advancing global health and combating the challenges posed by viral diseases.