Journal of Mosquito Research (JMR) has no external editorial board. Instead, global recognized scientists in this field are invited to be as reviewers. All editorial decisions are made by an editorial team of full-time professional editors at BioPublisher in British Columbia of Canada.
Senior Academic Editor: Jim Mason (email@example.com)
Managing Director: Annie Nyu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Publishing Manager: Cherry J. Xuan (email@example.com)
Illustrator: Sinoca Publishing Service
It is our unswerving aim to make JMR the world's most outstanding publishing platform for academic journals in mosquito research, and peer-review is the most important for improving the quality of the work that we published. So here we’d like to express our special gratitude for those peer-reviewers who have done excellent review(s) for us:
Ruben Bueno Marí, PhD.
Head of R+D Department of Laboratorios Lokímica and National Director for Spain of European Mosquito Control Association (EMCA), Spain
Research interest: Several issues related with mosquitoes (biology, ecology, diversity, phenology, population control, pathogens transmitted), vector-borne diseases, public health, insecticides evaluation, arthropod and vertebrate pests.
Mohamed Amin Kenawy, PhD
Professor of Medical Entomology, Entomology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Egypt
Research interest: Over 40 years, the main interests as a staff member of the Entomology Department, Faculty of Science, Ain Shams University, Cairo are the entomological and parasitological aspects of the malaria disease in Egypt. Besides research activities on leishmaniasis and Rift Valley were also included. During my work in Malaria Department, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia for 6 years, the activities included studies on Dengue fever, flea vectors of Plague disease (survey and isolation of the causative organism), and myiasis producing flies mainly the screw worms. As a Professor, lecturing undergraduate and postgraduate students Medical Entomology, Forensic Entomology, Maggot Therapy, Vector Control and Population Dynamics. Besides supervising MSc and PhD students.
Jose Luis Vega Pla, PhD
Laboratorio de Investigación Aplicada, Cría Caballar de las Fuerzas Armadas, Córdoba, España
Research interest: Conservation of genetic resources of domestic animals using molecular genetic techniques, detection of Plasmodium spp. in mosquitoes, RNA analysis in equine sperm, etc.
Linda-Lou O'Connor, PhD
University of Kentucky, Medical & Veterinary Entomology, USA
Tatiana Sulesco, PhD
Chief of Laboratory of Systematics and Molecular Phylogeny, Institute of Zoology, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, RM.
Research interest: Biology, ecology and distribution of mosquito species. Molecular systematics and phylogeny of the family Culicidae. Host – parasite interactions and distribution of vector-borne pathogens.
JMR welcomes any scientists around the world who are committed to contribute his expertise in Journal of Mosquito Research and any people who want to become an editor to join our team. Please click here to learn how to be an editor of JMR.