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Investigations of PM2.5 Long-term Exposure and Subclinical Atherosclerosis in Women: An Overview

Systematic Review

2022 Dec

Lei Zhu, Samar R. El Khoudary, Jennifer Adibi, Ada O. Youk and Evelyn O. Talbott*
Trends in Spatiotemporal Exposure to Air Pollutants and Adult Cardiovascular Emergency Room Visits in the Greater Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Retrospective Study

2022 Apr

Chunzhe Duan, Richard A. Bilonick, Judith R. Rager, Tao Xue and Evelyn O. Talbott*
Epidemiological Profile of Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders in a Diagnostic Center in Southern Puerto Rico, 2006-2017

Observational Study

2022 Jan

María Pacheco, Laura D. Bauzá, Iris Martínez and Luisa M. M. Torres*

Narrative Review

2021 Oct

Christabel N. Hikaambo*, Martin Kampamba, Fernando Bwalya, Mutenje Mweemba, Chipo Siamutwe, Webrod Mufwambi, Tadious Chimombe, Michelo Banda and Steward Mudenda
Factors Affecting Access to E-Learning during the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic Among Rural-Based Pharmacy Students in Zambia: A Qualitative Study

Original Research

2021 Sep

Kennedy Mwila*, Steward Mudenda, Martin Kampamba, Webrod Mufwambi, Enala S. Lufungulo, Margaret Phiri and Christabel N. Hikaambo
Using MapMCDA Tool for the Spatial Epidemiology of Animal Rabies in Morocco: How to Improve the Rationality of a Qualitative Risk Assessment

Original Research

2021 Aug

Mounir Khayli*, Mehdi Kechna, Khalil Zro, Faouzi Kichou, Jaouad Berradae and Mohammed Bouslikhane


2021 Jan

Mark Wesson*
Ovine Network between Fatteners and Breeders in Middle Atlas of Morocco: Where to Act to Prevent the Spread of Epidemics?

Original Research

2019 Aug

Lezaar Yassir*, Khayli Mounir, Caroline Coste, Renaud Lancelot and Bouslikhane Mohammed

Original Research

2019 Jan

Mangesh S. Pednekar*, Prachi P. Kerkar, Sameer S. Narake, Dhirendra N. Sinha and Surendra S. Shastri
Determinants of Canine Rabies in Morocco: How to Make Pertinent Deductions for Control?

Original Research

2019 Jan

Mounir Khayli*, Youssef Lhor, Sami Derkaoui, Yassir Lezaar, Mehdi El Harrak, Latifa Sikly and Mohammed Bouslikhane

Systematic Review

2018 Oct

Richard Wiseman*

Short Communication

2017 Jan

Maria de Lourdes Rabelo Guimarães and Ana Paula Hermont*

Brief Research

2016 Jul

Chad Burleson, Kendall Anderson, Zachary Copeland, Cassandra Karcs and Kelly L. Sullivan*

Original Research

2016 Apr

Peter J. Meffert*, Maximilian A. Schwittay, Markus M. Lerch, Jochen Hampe, Stephan Buch, Flavio Nervi, Luis Villarroel, Henry Völzke and Juan F. Miquel*
Targeted Measles Outbreak Response Vaccination in the Context of Measles Control and Elimination: Experiences from South Sudan

Original Research

2016 Mar

Kofi Boateng, Abdulmumini Usman*, Anthony Laku, Yehia Mostafah, Dieu Donne Bimpa and Sampson Baba
Geography of Diet in the UK Women’s Cohort Study: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Original Research

2016 Mar

Michelle A. Morris*, Graham P. Clarke, Kimberley L. Edwards, Claire Hulme and Janet E. Cade
Bovine Trypanosomiasis: Retrospective Investigation and Clinical Signs

Brief Research Report

2016 Mar

Guilherme C. Garcia*, Dênia M. de Moura, Renata C. C. Frange, Eustáquio R. Bittar and Joely F. F. Bittar

Original Research

2016 Mar

Mangesh S. Pednekar*, Jooi Vasa, Sameer S. Narake, Dhirendra N. Sinha and Prakash C. Gupta

Special Editions

Tips to Aspiring Authors

Epidemiology – Open Journal (EPOJ) is an online open access end-to-end portal that contains all epidemiological documentation.

Epidemiology is the study of the distribution and markers of health-related states and events (including but not limited to diseases) and the application of these studies to disease control on a large scale.

Openventio’s mission is to serve as an open access portal for all epidemiology professionals looking for a single source for descriptive studies and developments in this field.


Pi Guo is an Editor-in-Chief of Epidemiology – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Pi Guo, MD, PhD

Department of Public Health & Preventive Medicine, Shantou University Medical College

Associate editors

Evelyn O. Talbott is an Associate Editor of Epidemiology – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Evelyn O. Talbott, MPH, DrPH

Department of Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh
Scott E. Lee is an Associate Editor of Epidemiology – Open Journal at Openventio Publishers.

Scott E. Lee, MD, MPH

UCSF Health-UCSF Medical Center


LaMar Hasbrouck, MD, MPH, MBA

Cook County Department of Public Health, Cook County Health


Kara A. McRae, PhD

Variable Solutions, LLC


Veeranki S. Phani, DrPH



Linu S. George, PhD

Department of Fundamentals of Nursing Manipal, Manipal University


Ulf-Göran Gerdtham, PhD

Department of Economics, Lund University


Animesh Jain, MBBS, MD

Department of Community Medicine, Manipal University


Kelly L. Sullivan, PhD

Department of Biostatistics, Epidemiology, and Environmental Health Sciences, Georgia Southern University (GSU)


Elie Rassy, MD

Department of Adult Medicine, Institut de Cancérologie Gustave Roussy


Jing Wang, PhD

The University of Texas at Arlington


Mohammed Elfaramawi, MD, PhD, MPH

The National Institutes of Health


Vinay K. Cheruvu, MSc, MS, PhD

Department of Biostatistics, Kent State University


Jian Liu, PhD

Department of Health Sciences, Brock University


Nasar U. Ahmed, PhD

Department of Epidemiology, Florida International University (FIU)


Qibin Qi, PhD

Department of Epidemiology & Population Health, Albert Einstein College of Medicine


Alfredo Tirado-Ramos, PhD

Departments of Biomedical Data Science and Epidemiology, Dartmouth College


Mohammad Ali, PhD

Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health


Adwoa Commodore, PhD


Nishu Singla, BDS, MDS

Department of Public Health Dentistry, Manipal College of Dental Sciences (MCODS)


Isaac Ashkenazi, MD

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Harvard University


Shiv D. Gupta, MD, PhD

Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health


Jianyu Rao, MD

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, University of California Los Angeles



Ashwath Kumar, MS, PhD

Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Amanda Roberts, MA, PhD

University of the Incarnate Word, USA

James M. Wesson, MPH, FACHE

Healthcare Development Consultancy, USA

Vidhya Parameswaran, MA

Fresenius Medical Care, Canada

Abhinav Upadhyay, PhD

University of Arkansas, Arkansas

Batchimeg Norjmaa, PhD

School of Medicine, MNUMS, Mongolia

Julius Asubonteng, PhD

Gilead Sciences Inc., USA

Tariq M. Alhawassi, PhD

King Saud University Medical City, Saudi Arabia

Ruozhi Zhao, MD, PhD

University of Manitoba, Canada

Abiodun D. Obaromi

University of Fort Hare, South Africa

Kyoungho Lee, MPH, PhD

National Institute of Health, USA

Ilir Alimehmeti, MD, MSc, PHD

University of Medicine, Tirana, Albania

Ana P. Hermont, PhD

Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

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Hassan II Institute of Agronomy and Veterinary Medecine - EPOJ


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Healthcare Development Consultancy - EPOJ


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Healis-Sekhsaria Institute for Public Health - EPOJ


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National Office of Food Safety (ONSSA) – EPOJ


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