HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment

Open journal

ISSN 2377-8377

Systematic Review

2020 Nov

Oluwatosin Olateju*, Deb Dunn, Patricia McLaine and Sharon Barrett

Mini Review

2020 Jul

Giffin Daughtridge*, Elijah Kahn-Woods, Casper Enghuus and Shane Hebel

Special Editions

The HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment – Open Journal (HARTOJ) aims to publish current innovations and information related to HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus), which has a serious impact on the lives of people who are both infected and affected by the virus, and AIDS (Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome), which alters the immune system of those who are affected.

This journal is an interdisciplinary source of information on HIV research and development that focuses on medical sciences, translational science, and epidemiology.

editor-in-chief

Associate editors

Glen N. Gaulton, PhD

University of Pennsylvania

Jill E. Rowe, PhD, MPH

Western Michigan University

Samuel Kabwigu, MBchB, Mmed

Makerere University-Johns Hopkins University Research Collaboration-MUJHU-CARE LTD

editors

Pedro Gonzales, MD, MAS

Impacta Peru Clinical Trials Unit

Yali Cong, PhD

Peking University

Mallika Alexander, MBBS, DGO

National AIDS Research Institute

Natalie N. Humphrey, PhD

Elder Associates Limited
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Pramod Kumar Giri, PhD

Department of Infectious Diseases, University of Georgia
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Manxue Jia, MD

Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center

Iwu D. Utomo, PhD

The Australian National University

Helen C. Koenig, MPH, MD

Division of Infectious Diseases, University of Pennsylvania

Ndidi N. Amutah, MPH, PhD

Department of Health and Nutrition Sciences, Montclair State University

Monica A. Magadi, PhD

Department of Social Research, University of Hull

Moreen Kamateeka, MBChB, MPH

Makerere University-Johns Hopkins University Research Collaboration (MU-JHU CARE LTD)

C. V. Rao, PhD

Florida International University

Dmitry Lioznov, MD, PhD

Department of Infectious Diseases & Epidemiology, Pavlov State Medical University

Richard Elion, MD

Whitman Walker Clinic

Henry L. Gabelnick, PhD

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

reviewers

Pallabi Deb, PhD

HIV Vaccine Trails Network, USA

Chandni Merchant, MD

Monmouth Medical Center, USA

Erica Diani, PhD

University of Verona, Italy

Todd F. Ambrosia, DNP, MSN, FNP-BC, FNAP

Phillips School of Nursing at Mount Sinai Beth Israel (PSON), USA

Siddharth Kesharwani, PhD

South Dakota State University, USA

Jeanette Reece, PhD

University of Melbourne, Australia

Feedback Corner

Duke University - HARTOJ

5/5

The HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment Journal (HARTOJ) and the HARTOJ staff were very helpful and easy to work with. I appreciate the responsiveness and how quickly I was able to move through the submission process. I would be happy to work with them again in the future.

University of Zimbabwe - HARTOJ

5/5

Thank you for your active involvement in the project. My experience with you and your team of editors has been far above the bar of excellence. I appreciate the many hours of work you put into discussing and reviewing ideas on how best we can tackle the research on “An Evaluation of the Measures to Reduce the Impact of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome in Zimbabwe and Report on the Achievements Made to Date. Despite being in different geographical areas, the whole team from Openventio Publishers put in extra work which helped us complete the project as per schedule. This shows your dedication and commitment to your work, and I highly recommend your services to other authors.

Public Health Analyst - HARTOJ

5/5

I am grateful to publish my first commentary in the “HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment – Open Journal” (HARTOJ). The process is very engaging and skilfully executed. The peer review was purely professional. I appreciated the care, direction and effort put in by the entire team from start to finish. This is a publisher I am proud to be associated with. I look forward to publishing with them again!

African Union Commission - HARTOJ

5/5

I wish to thank the team at HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment – Open Journal for their dedication and expertise in helping shape my manuscript into an impactful, well-thought out opinion piece. It is important that the existence and value of policy documents is conveyed to the citizens whose lives it aims to change. The submission process was worthwhile. The handling of the manuscript by the Editors and Editorial Team was thorough and professional. The responses were prompt and feedback was respectfully communicated. I hope to submit more works in this journal in future.

University Hospital Dr José Eleuterio Gonzalez – HARTOJ

5/5

The HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment Open Journal staff is incredibly kind. The process of submitting a manuscript is faster than any other journal I’ve seen. They are patient, professional and extremely prepared in the field. I would love to work with them in the future.

Hull University – HARTOJ

5/5

I am really happy to publish my scientific articles in the “HIV/AIDS Research and Treatment Journal” (HARTOJ). The submission is simple and fast. The peer review procedure is rapid and the prompt communication with the editorial staff during the publishing process offered me a very good experience. I was not unduly kept in suspense concerning my publication. The quality of papers/articles that I have seen in the HARTOJ has made me to conclude that the journal has a significant contribution in the field of HIV/AIDS. I am very glad to have my article available online and this has increased the visibility of my work worldwide. I am proud to be associated with. I do recommend HARTOJ to anyone looking for a high quality scientific journal.

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