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    Members Board of Editors, [SJ-PPH]
    Sarkar M. A. Kawsar

    Sarkar M. A. Kawsar, B.Sc, M.Sc. M.Phil, Ph.D., is a Professor of Chemistry and drug design at Dept of Chem, FOS, Uni of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Interested in Synthetic Org Chem,  applic in Biol & Med. & a Comp Chem for drug design. Ph.D. & Postdoc at the Yokoh city Uni, Japan.. Monbukagakusho Jap Gov Ph.D. Schola & JSPS Postdoc Fellowship.  

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    Nigel A Makoah

    Nigel Aminake Makoah [B. Sc, MSc, Ph.D.] is a Protein Biochemist & Drug Discovery expert, at the Div of Virology, FHS. University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, S/Africa. He received the Georg Forster Postdoc from the Alexander von Humboldt foundation. Moved to the RWTH Aachen Uni and the Fraunhofer IME for an animal screening platform,

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    Paul A. Akinduti

    Paul A. Akinduti (Ph.D.) a Lecturer and Acting Head, Department of Microbiology, Covenant University, Nig. He is a Vacinologist interested in the metagenomic analysis of gut microbiome, and vaccine development. He is also interested in antimicrobial resistance, genomics, virulence genotyping, immunological profiling for enteric bacilli infection,

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    Barkat Ali Khan, B,Sc, P.Phyl, Ph.D. is a Senior Lecturer of Pharmaceutics interested in the Pharmacokinetics of skin rejuvenation, From the development of polyphenolic emulsions, & Permeability studies,  @ the Dept of Pharmaceutics,  Gomal Univ, D.I. Khan KPK. Pakistan. He is interested in the discovery of candidate cosmetics alternative to imported drugs

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    Ezeonwumelu JOC – [Ph.D., M. Pharm, M. PH, B. Pharm, BSc], from MUST, Uganda, and Unilag Nigeria. He is a lecturer, HOD, and former Dean, School of Pharmacy, KIU Uganda. He is skilled in the Public health aspect of Clinical and pharmaceutical care, Toxicology, community health, and  phytochemistry analysis, Pharmaceutical Microbiology and pharmacotherapy,

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    Tanayen Julius Kihdze BSc, MSc, Ph.D.,  is a Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology & Toxicology at the Catholic University of Cameroon Bamenda,  a Visiting lecturer at the Univ of Bamenda Cameroon  & a V/Researcher & KU LEUVEN Belgium. He is interested in the kinetics and genomics of 1st line drugs used for the treatment of selected tropical and subtropical diseases

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    Grace Nambatya Kyeyune`s holds a B.Sc degree in chemistry (MUK), Loughborough University (UK), M.Sc. in medicinal chemistry, and a doctorate (Ph.D.) in the same field. She is the Director of research, Natural Chemotherapeutics Research Laboratory (NCRL), MOH Uganda. Her PGDE has helped her in teaching the community about herbal medicine.

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    Musa Autamashih, PhD, ABU, Masters in Pharceutical Technology, UniJos, B Pharm, ABU. Essential Leadrship program, Leadeership Admin and Mgt, University of Western Cape. Post doctoral fellow and Senior Lecturer University of Western Cape, SA, Assoc Prof Texilla Am Uni Cons, Postdoctoral Fellow with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education.
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    AKINLOLU, Abdulazeez Adelaja (Ph.D.) is a Reader/Associate Professor of Human Anatomy at the Anatomy/Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences University of Medical Sciences Ondo, Nigeria. He is skilled in Molecular and Stem Cells Biology, Neuroscience, Human Genetics, Medical Genetics, Forensic Sc, and Drug Discovery from plants’ sources

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    Miteshkumar Maurya, MD Pharmacology, DNB Pharmacology, DM Clinical Pharmacology, is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Pharmacology at Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, India. His skills include but are not limited to: Clinical trials, Pharmaco:- vigilance, genetics, kinetic and Economic studies. Therapeutic drug monitoring OPD services. Bioavailability studies. Research report writing, and analysis with some statistical software

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    Ado Aminu graduate from Kampala International University with a Masters’s degree in Pharmacology. He is currently a lecturer of Pharmacology at the College of Health Sciences and technology Jahun, Jigawa, Nigeria. His research interest is on drug development with emphasis on the exploration of naturals herbs for bioactive compounds that may serve as candidate agents for both drugs and vaccines desperately needed to make the world a safer & better place to be

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    ADEBAYO TAIWO JOLAYEMI

    Skills- Associate Professor, Researcher, Physician Clinician, and Scientist
    Rank- 16.9
    Qualifications- Ph.D. M.Phil MMed Sc MBA MCU M.Sc (Pharmacology) DA FANZCA. FCA FMCA MBChB

    Department: Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Goulburn Campus
    Institutions Australia National University & Goulburn Base Hospital NSW 2580
    Country- Australia

    Location. ADEBAYO TAIWO JOLAYEMI is located in GOULBURN, NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia, and is part of the Offices of Physicians Industry. ADEBAYO TAIWO JOLAYEMI has 1 employee at this location

    Hope ONOHUEAN, Ph.D. in view (University of Fort Hare) MSc(UNILAG), M.Sc (UNILAG), B.Sc (NIGER Delta University).

    Additional qualifications/certifications include:
    a. Big data analysis: University of California, San Diego USA.
    b. Certified Molecular Biologist: New England Biolabs, Smith College MA. The USA.
    c. Next-generation sequencing and bioinformatic: University of Venda, South Africa.
    d. Leadership Diploma Course (LDC): Word of Faith Bible Institute, Canaan Land, Ota Lagos.
    e. Supply Chain Management: National Institute Management Ogba Ikeja Lagos
    f. Project Management Professional (PMP): Project Management Professional Institute Lagos.
    g. Health Safety and Environmental Management: School of Safety and Environmental Management Port-Harcourt.

    7. Membership of professional academic affiliations
    a. 2021 Biochemical Society
    b. 2021 Society of Applied Microbiology
    c. 2018 to date: Member: Pharmaceuticals Society of Uganda (PSU)
    d. 2007 to date: Member: Nigerian Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

    Publications and research outputs

    • Onohuean, H., Hayder M. Al-kuraishy, Ali I. Al-Gareeb1, Safaa Qusti, Eida M. Alshammari, Gaber El-Saber Batiha (2021). Covid-19 and development of heart failure: mystery and truth. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg’s Arch Pharmacol https://doi.org/10.1007/s00210-021-02147-6
    • Onohuean, H., Alagbonsi, A. I., Usman, I. M., Iceland Kasozi, K., Alexiou, A., Badr, R. H., Batiha, G. E.-S., & Ezeonwumelu, J. O. C. (2021). Annona muricata Linn and Khaya grandifoliola C.DC. Reduce Oxidative Stress In Vitro and Ameliorate Plasmodium berghei-Induced Parasitemia and Cytokines in BALB/c Mice. Journal of Evidence-Based Integrative Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515690X211036669
    • Keneth Iceland Kasozi, Ewan MacLeod, Fred Ssempijja, Michael W. Mahero, Kevin Matama, Grace Henry Musoke, Kevin Bardosh, Robinson Ssebuufu, Florence Wakoko-Studstil, Isaac Echoru, Emmanuel Tiyo Ayikobua, Regan Mujinya, Grace Nambuya, Hope Onohuean, Gerald Zirintunda, Justine Ekou and Susan Christina Welburn (2020). Misconceptions on COVID-19 Risk Among Ugandan Men: Results from a Rapid Exploratory Survey. Frontier in Public Health,  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpubh.2020.00416.
    • Agwu, E, Onohuean H, Moazzam ML, Dafiewhare OE, Adebayo1 IA, Alkali1 B, Onkoba S, Okoruwa G, Ezeonwumelu JOC.  (2020). Transmission dynamics and risk factors assessment of the Coronavirus diseases 2019 (COVID-19) in resource-limited settings. Special Journal of Public Health, Nutrition, and Dietetics [SJ-PND], 1(1): 1-15
    • Onohuean Hope, Oreagba A Ibrahim, Lawal M. Saheed, Ifie E. Josiah, Ishola O. Ismaila (2018). The chloroform seed extract of Buchholzia coriacea (Capparaceae) ameliorates complete Freund’s adjuvant-induced chronic inflammation in rat. West African Journal of Pharmacy 29 (2) 95 – 104.
    • Accepted Manuscripts.
      Onohuean H, Agwu E, and Nwodo UU (2021). Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Vibrio species – Antibiotic Resistance. Heliyon Environment. Cell Press family. HELIYON-D-20-03698R1.
    • Onohuean Hope, Rahmat Adetutu Adisa, Abdullateef Isiaka Alagbonsi (2021). Anti-apoptotic effect of Buchholzia coriacea Stem Back extracts on AsPC-1 and mechanisms of action. BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapies. ID 8a4bfc54-2d59-4842-a17c-ee6a3bcd16b0
    • Scholarships/Fellowships/Awards/Commendation:
      * New England Biolabs, Smith College Summer workshop in Molecular Biology.
    • * Global Health Institute, University of Antwerp: Training on Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Qualitative Research Methods. Belgium.

    Miteshkumar Maurya, MD Pharmacology, DNB Pharmacology, DM Clinical Pharmacology, is an Assistant Professor in Clinical Pharmacology at Seth GS Medical College & KEM Hospital, Parel, Mumbai, India. His skills include but are not limited to: Clinical trials, Pharmaco:- vigilance, genetics, kinetic and Economic studies. Therapeutic drug monitoring OPD services. Bioavailability studies. Research report writing, and analysis with some statistical software

    Editor duties toward Authors include:

    1. Providing guidelines to authors for preparing and submitting manuscripts
    2. Providing a clear statement of the Journal’s policies on authorship criteria
    3. Treating all authors with fairness, courtesy, objectivity, honesty, and transparency
    4. Establishing and defining policies on conflicts of interest
    5. Protecting the confidentiality of every author’s work
    6. Establishing a system for effective and rapid peer review
    7. Making editorial decisions with reasonable speed
    8. Being vigilant in avoiding delaying a manuscript
    9. Establishing guidelines for authors
    10. Establishing a procedure for reconsidering editorial decisions
    11. reviewing policies for handling ethical
    12. Ensure timely publication of accepted manuscripts

    The following are expected from all authors

    • State all sources of funding for research
    • approved by the relevant institutional review boards or ethics committees
    • Cultured cell lines were authenticated.
    • Those regulations concerning the use of animals in research,
    • List contributors who meet the journal’s criteria for authorship
    • Reveal any potential conflicts.
    • Share data or materials needed by other scientists to replicate the experiment.
    • Cite and reference other relevant published work on which the submitted work is based.
    • Obtain permission from the copyright owner to use/reproduce copyrighted content
    • Provide written permission from any potentially identifiable individuals referred to

    Additional expectations from authors

    • Provide registration information for clinical trials
    • Provide the CONSORT statement, for randomized trials.
    • Provide the STARD flow diagram and checklist for diagnostic tests.
    • Provide MOOSE guidelines for meta-analyses/observational studies.
    • Provide STROBE checklists for cross-sectional observational studies.
    • Provide QUOROM guidelines for reporting meta-analyses and systematic reviews
    • Provide MIAME standards for microarray experiments.
    • Provide discipline-specific standards for data sharing/archiving.

    Editor Responsibilities toward Reviewers

    • Assign papers for review to experts
    • Establishing a process for reviewers to ensure the manuscript is a confidential
    • Reviewers not allowed to use the manuscript content before it is published
    • Providing them clear instructions on the scope, content, quality, and timeliness
    • Requesting that reviewers identify any potential conflicts of interest
    • Allowing reviewers appropriate time to complete their reviews
    • Requesting frequency that does not overtax any one reviewer
    • Finding ways to recognize the contributions of reviewers,

     

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