Countries represented by submitting authors*
* Data sourced from Web of Science, as of December, 2022
** Mentions; Across web, social media, and news outlets worldwide. Data sourced from Altmetrics
This year, we continued to receive and publish the latest research on neglected tropical diseases. Read noteworthy articles from 2022:
- Diagnostic method-based underestimation of leptospirosis in clinical and research settings; an experience from a large prospective study in a high endemic setting
- The elimination of human African trypanosomiasis: Achievements in relation to WHO road map targets for 2020
- Artificial intelligence in differentiating tropical infections: A step ahead
We’re delighted to announce that PLOS and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) are expanding our longstanding partnership to offer authors more options for sharing their research in preprint form. Beginning this month, three PLOS journals, PLOS Medicine, PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, and PLOS ONE, will offer authors the option to have their manuscript forwarded to the medicine-focused preprint server medRxiv for posting as a preprint. As of March 7 2022, two additional PLOS journals, PLOS Global Public Health and PLOS Digital Health, joined the program.
Open Access is not truly open without easy and equitable opportunities to publish. To support authors of all research communities, funding backgrounds, and institutional requirements, all PLOS journals offer APC-alternative business models through institutional partnerships.
Check if your institution is partnering with us and see if you can submit your research to PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases without paying APCs.
In 2022, PLOS NTDs articles were referenced over 6,120 times by media outlets around the world. Explore articles that made the news:
- The changing epidemiology of human monkeypox—A potential threat? A systematic review
- Reconstructing the history of helminth prevalence in the UK
- Smartphone multiplex microcapillary diagnostics using Cygnus: Development and evaluation of rapid serotype-specific NS1 detection with dengue patient samples
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