Amaryllis Mavragani (Acting Editor-in-Chief), PhD
Scientific Editor, JMIR Publications, Canada
Amaryllis Mavragani brings to the board extensive knowledge of big data, public health surveillance, publishing, computer science, mathematics, and infodemiology. Her commitment to advancing JMIR’s mission of publishing high-quality, groundbreaking science lies in her skills in navigating the intersection of informatics research, digital health technologies, and STM publishing. Her research has covered topics ranging from foundational work in infodemiology to trends in analytical research of online data, to a broad range of big data studies related to COVID-19. Amaryllis’ PhD candidacy is at the University of Stirling.
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Editorial Board Members/Section Editors
Sreenivasulu Basha, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow, Tulane University, Department of Pathology, USA
Dr. Basha obtained his PhD from Sri Venkateswara University, India and he has been doing research in the field of Microbiology and Molecular biology for over a decade. He has published numerous papers in prestigious journals such as Scientific Reports and Journal of Cell Communication and Signalling, with over 283 citations. His laboratory research work includes the fields of pathology, ophthalmology, biological sciences, and microbiology. In 2022 he was the recipient of the ‘Postdoctoral Fellow Research Award’ from the Society of Chinese Bioscientists in American (CALS) Hepatology Division as well as the recipient of the ‘Bright Idea Innovator’ Award in Science and Technology Innovation from the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR - PRISM) of India. Dr. Basha's research interests include liver fibrosis, cancer, CTGF, glutathione, d-tranferases, and potassium and phosphorus.
Filip Drozd, PhD
Senior Researcher, National Network for Infant Mental Health, Regional Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Norway
Filip Drozd's research focus includes infant, child, and family mental health, implementation research, study protocols of RCTs, and evaluation of health information systems. Dr. Drozd is concernd with the translation of research into practice, and the use of technology and research methods to work systematically for safer and more effective health and social services for infants, children, and their families.
Sundas P. Khan, MD
Quantitative Methodologist, Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness, and Safety, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, USA
Dr. Khan is a Quantitative Methodologist at the Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness, and Safety, a joint research lab between Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Baylor College of Medicine. After completing her medical degree, Dr. Khan joined the Institute of Health System Science at Northwell Health in Manhasset, New York and managed research studies in evidence-based medicine, usability testing, and health information technology. Dr. Khan gained experience in coordinating, planning, and supporting the development of research projects. She especially took the time to understand the field of usability testing and served as a content expert on multiple federally funded projects and authored manuscripts on the topic. In addition, Dr. Khan has presented abstracts and led workshops on usability testing at national conferences. Her research expertise lies in implementation of evidence-based medicine, adaptive clinical decision support, and developing electronic tools for patients and providers based on user-centered design.
Arun Keepanasseril, MDS, MSc
Project Manager, Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct), Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact, McMaster University, Canada
Arun Keepanasseril MDS, MSc (eHealth) serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor (Adjunct) in the Department of Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He is also the Project Manager and investigator for Canadian Bleeding Disorder Registry, Canada’s national registry for persons with bleeding disorders, especially the Hemophilias. His main research interest is knowledge translation, patient reported outcomes and usage of individual patient data databases especially for real world effectiveness studies. He is a member of McMaster Rare Bleeding Disorder Research Group and a co-investigator of WAPPS-Hemo (Web Available Population Pharmacokinetics Service for Hemophilia), a web-based solution for simplified estimation of individual factor concentrate pharmacokinetics in Hemophilia and collaborator for Patient Reported Outcomes, Burdens, and Experiences (PROBE), a patient reported outcome tool that measures the impact of hemophilia on daily life.
Peter Giacobbi Jr., PhD
Associate Professor, West Virginia University, USA
Peter Giacobbi Jr's research focus includes complementary and alternative medicine, behavioral medicine, and public health surveillance. Dr. Giacobbi's work has focused primarily on behavioral interventions designed to increase exercise behavior. More recently, he has focused on multi-behavior interventions intended to simultaneously address multiple chronic disease risk factors.
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Past Editorial Board Members
Allan McDougall, MA, PhD, Research Associate, Research Unit of the Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Canada, Canada
Ilaria Montagni, PhD, Junior Researcher, Centre de Recherche Inserm, Université de Bordeaux, France
Han Wu, MS, BE, Senior Scientific Programmer, New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, USA
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We are currently looking to expand our editorial board. To apply as subject editor specifically for JMIR, please go to this application form. You should hold a PhD or similar higher degree and have a publication track record (h-index>8) and ideally academic editing experience.