International Journal of Coronaviruses

International Journal of Coronaviruses

International Journal of Coronaviruses

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

Submit Manuscript

Aims and Scope

IJCV was Launched on April 23, 2020.

The International Journal of Coronaviruses (IJCV) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the current and emerging field of coronavirus-related research. This research-focused journal provides an avenue for researchers to collaborate and disseminate knowledge on the many viruses, their biology, epidemiology, and treatment. Special emphasis is placed on the unique viral structural characteristics highlighted by the emergence of novel coronaviruses, with attention to their potential global impact and implications for public health.


Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can cause illness in animals and humans. Some of the most well-known coronaviruses include the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) coronavirus and the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) coronavirus. In December 2019, a new coronavirus called SARS-CoV-2 was identified as the cause of a rapidly spreading outbreak of respiratory illness, now known as COVID-19, in Wuhan, China. Since then, the virus has spread to nearly every country in the world, leading to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

The IJCV aims to provide a platform for the dissemination of the latest research on all aspects of coronaviruses, including their biology, clinical features, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. We welcome submissions on topics such as:


IJCV also strives to be the leading resource and platform for the global scientific community interested in the interdisciplinary field of coronavirus and other related research. The journal's aims and scope cover, but are not limited to, the following topics:


  1. Virology: studies on the genetics, molecular biology, and evolution of coronaviruses, as well as the development of antiviral therapies and vaccines.

  2. Epidemiology: research on the transmission, distribution, and control of coronaviruses, including the use of modeling and data analytics to understand and predict the spread of COVID-19.

  3. Pathogenesis: investigations into the mechanisms by which coronaviruses cause disease, including the role of host factors and immune responses.

  4. Clinical features: studies on the presentation, diagnosis, and management of coronavirus infections, including the identification of risk factors and the development of clinical guidelines.

  5. Diagnosis: research on the development and evaluation of diagnostic tests for coronaviruses, including rapid diagnostic tests, molecular tests, and serological assays.

  6. Treatment: investigations into the effectiveness and safety of treatments for coronavirus infections, including pharmacological therapies and supportive care.

  7. Prevention: research on the development and implementation of strategies to prevent coronavirus infections, including the use of personal protective equipment, infection control measures, and vaccination.

  • 3D Printing

  • Artificial Intelligence Significance

  • Virus Behaviour in the body

  • Big Data

  • Dietary measures to improve the immunity

  • DNA of the virus.

  • Effect on Chemotherapy patients

  • Effect on Neonates

  • Etiology of the COVID-19.

  • How is COVID-19 diagnosed and treated?

  • How to stay healthy.

  • Impact of COVID on pets

  • Impact of Immunity

  • Impact on Aged Groups

  • Impact on Agriculture

  • Impact on Cancer Patients

  • Impact on Cardiac Patients

  • Impact on Diabetic Patients

  • Impact on Environment

  • Impact on HIV patients

  • Impact on people affected by Chronic Diseases

  • Impact on the world’s economy

  • Is it a Bioware? Why?

  • Model-Based Research

  • Robotics role in treating COVID patients

  • Role of Alcohol-based Sanitizers

  • How the virus is spreading?

  • Role of antioxidants to improve the immunity

  • Role of Robots to reduce human-to-human interaction

  • Role of Structural Biology

  • Role of Systems Biology

  • Role of The Chemists in drug development

  • Safety measures to be adopted by Nurses and doctors

  • Safety precautions to overcome the virus

  • Statistical report on COVID-19.

  • Stem Cells significance in treating COVID-19.

  • Structure and function of the virus

  • Coronavirus biology and epidemiology

  • Proteomics and genomics

  • Viral structure and bioengineering

  • Vaccine and antiviral development

  • Immunological studies

  • Clinical studies and management

  • Public health implications

  • Epidemiological factors

  • Economic and social implications

  • Epidemiological modeling

  • Research methods and technology advancements


In addition to original research articles, the IJCV also publishes review articles, case reports, and perspective pieces. All articles are rigorously reviewed by experts in the field to ensure the highest quality and scientific accuracy. The IJCV is committed to making the latest research on coronaviruses accessible to a global audience. As such, all articles are freely available to read and download. We believe that open access to research is essential for the advancement of science and the betterment of human health.

Interested researchers can raise their profile and lead a special issue on COVID-19 as a guest editor.

Instructions on how to format a proposal are updated at the


Journals By Subject

Life Sciences
Medical Sciences