New Era of Scientific Insight in the Prevention & Treatment of Viral Diseases


General Virology:

Virology is a branch of science that mainly deals with the study of the biology of viruses and viral diseases and mainly focuses on viral classification, biochemistry, physiology, molecular biology, ecology, evolution and clinical aspects of viruses. Past few years the world has been witnessing some of the chronic issues involving viruses like HIV, HPV and this is challenging researchers with some of the most recent outbreaks like EBOLA, Zika, and coronavirus. This clearly stipulates that the world of virologists should become more active and updated.  Viruses also cause chronic diseases in plants and livestock. Viruses can infect all life-forms. Viruses are small Pathogens, subcellular Pathogens that are unable to multiply outside a host cell. Viruses differ from microorganisms in their extreme dependence on the host cell.


Vaccines play a key role in the healthcare department, especially for growing children. Vaccines are products that protect people against chronic diseases. Unlike other medicines that treat or cure diseases, vaccines prevent them. Vaccines are products that generate immunity to a specific disease. Vaccines play a major role in keeping us healthy. Totally 26 Vaccines are available authorized by the World Health Organization. Vaccination is the most effective method of preventing infectious and chronic diseases.

There are 4 main types of vaccines:

Live-attenuated vaccines

Inactivated vaccines

Biosynthetic vaccines

Toxoid vaccines

Emerging Infectious Diseases:

Emerging infectious diseases are infections that have recently come into sight within a population or the occurrence range is rapidly increasing or threatens to increase in the near future. The WHO warned in its report that Infectious diseases are emerging at a frequency that has not been seen before.

Emerging infectious diseases can be caused by:

  • Previously undetected or unknown infection-causing agents
  • Known infection-causing agents that have widely spread to new geographic locations or new populations
  • Previously known infection-causing agents whose role in specific diseases has previously gone unidentified.

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Media Contact:
John Kimberly
Editorial Manager
Journal of Vaccines & Vaccination