As we roll out the new look and feel of open peer review on our websites, we look at its benefits, some of the improvements we have made, and what we’ve got… Read more »
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Urs Kalbitzer is the author of research in BMC Evolutionary Biology on the genetic foundation of aggression in baboons. Here, he writes about baboons and why… Read more »
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To recognize World Hepatitis Day, Stefanie Howard interviews Dr Isabelle A Nakhla of Naval Medical Research Unit # 3 (Egypt) on a recent Hepatitis C Virus study… Read more »
Today, on World Hepatitis Day, three leading experts from Virology Journal share their own stories about research and treatment of viral hepatitis.
Viral hepatitis is a global problem, it is estimated that the combined mortality from hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) exceeded HIV-related… Read more »
On World Hepatitis Day 2016, the liver community has gathered to promote awareness and make an impact on viral hepatitis. New efforts and global movements have… Read more »
Ever wonder what the world will look like in 2030? Will there be driverless cars, David Bowie hologram concerts or even holidays in space? These things are all… Read more »
Okay, global health nerds – it’s quiz time: What disease causes more deaths each year: TB, AIDS, hepatitis or malaria? Judging by news coverage, conferences… Read more »