Eminent Editorial Board Members

Zhenghong Wu
CHINA
Journal of AIDS and Immune system

Journal of AIDS and Immune system (JAIS) is an open access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to scientists, engineers, and researchers. JAIS will publish papers and short communications on AIDS and Immune system encompassing clinical virology, molecular biology and epidemiology, HIV anxiety disorder, virologic failure. JAIS will strive to present a mix of subject matter that will best serve to help the reader understand the entire problem. Our Journal is intended to serve those occupationally involved in waste management control through the publication of reliable information.

RECENT ARTICLES
Mortality in HIV-1 Patients under First Line Antiretroviral Therapy at the Out Patients Treatment Center (CTA) Fann Hospital, Dakar, Senegal
Infection with HIV and AIDS is a major public health problem on a global scale, with more than 39 million deaths to date. The number of annual AIDS-related deaths declined steadily worldwide according to UNAIDS 2015....
Potential of Interleukin 7 (Il-7) and CD4/CD8 Ratio as Markers of Immune Reconstitution in HIV Patients on Antiretroviral Therapy in Yaoundé, Cameroon
Although plasma viral load is the main indicator of viral progression amongst HIV-infected patients on antiretroviral therapy, immune reconstitution remains a major challenge, as using absolute CD4 T-cells as a marker of disease progression and statu...
A Formative Evaluation of Zimbabwe’s HIV Testing Services Strategy, 2019 - A Cross-sectional Study
We evaluated the HIV Testing Services (HTS) Strategy (2017-2020) at mid-term to ascertain adherence to implementation protocol and recommend critical adjustments. Zimbabwe recorded an exponential increase in HIV tests, from 1.7 million (2011) to 3 mi...
Differences and Similarities between Cohorts of HIV-Infected Long-Term Non-Progressors, Elite Controllers and Chronic Progressors, Followed Prospectively in South Africa
We compared sociodemographic, behavioral and clinical characteristics of HIV-infected long-term non-progressors (LTNPs), elite controllers (ECs) and progressors (CPs) to describe differences that may contribute to rates of disease progression. These ...
Survival and Prognostic Factors of Patients Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus at Point G Teaching Hospital, Bamako, Mali
This study determined the survival rate and prognostic factors of death in hospitalized HIV-infected patients under receiving antiretroviral treatment (ART) at Point G Teaching Hospital, the largest referral facility in Bamako, Mali...