National Institute of Parasitic Diseases China CDC (Prepay Membership)
The National Institute of Parasitic Diseases (IPD), Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), is the only specialized institution for parasitology at the national level, which was renamed on 23rd January 2002. Its earliest precursor, Huadong Branch of the National Institute of Health was established in Nanjing in 1950. It was named in 1956 as the Institute of Parasitic Diseases (IPD), Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS). In 1957, the Hainan Anti-malaria Station, CAMS, was merged into the Institute and both moved to Shanghai. In 1983, the Chinese Academy of Preventive Medicine (CAPM) was organized by separating institutions from the CAMS and the IPD became part of it.
As an affiliated author from National Institute of Parasitic Diseases China CDC (Prepay Membership), you may be entitled to submit your manuscript without paying the article processing charge (APC).
If you submit from an IP address that has been registered by your institution, the APC will be waived automatically at the end of the submission process.
If you submit using a non-registered IP address, please choose your institution from the drop down list on the payment options page and our Customer Services will be in touch to check your affiliation.
If you have the membership submission code, please enter it in option 3 of the APC estimate section during the submission process.
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