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A ticking time bomb? Ebola and the neglected tropical diseases

Ripudaman Bains
Ripu graduated with a Bachelors in Genetics from University College London in 2007. Following this she completed a Masters in Medical Parasitology and a Diploma in Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, which included a stint working on malaria at the Research Institute of Tropical Medicine in Muntinlupa City, the Philippines. In 2012, she completed a PhD in Human Genetics at University College London, focusing on diversity in sub-Saharan Africa.

Ripu joined BioMed Central in August 2013 initially as an Editor for Genome Medicine; she joined Genome Biology in January 2014 where she is currently Senior Editor.
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Ripudaman K Bains is the Assistant Editor of Genome Biology, and the in-house editor of the journal’s special issue on the ‘genomics of infectious… Read more »

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Matt looks after a portfolio of animal and plant science journals. Before joining BioMed Central in 2011, he worked at an NHS Primary Care Trust and as a freelance researcher for Katachi Magazine.
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Today marks the publication of a special article collection in Veterinary Research on the subject of zoonosis and parasitosis in… Read more »