Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, now known as Pathogens and Global Health, is an active peer-reviewed medical journal currently published semi-quarterly by Taylor & Francis. Founded in 1907 by British medical doctor Sir Ronald Ross (1857–1932), it acquired its current name in 2012 and publishes research on the control and eradication of infectious disease and global health threats.
Each issue features original articles that focus on the translation of molecular, immunological, genomics and epidemiological knowledge into control measures, with particular emphasis on those diseases affecting the poorest regions of the world. It also contains commentary on new research, ideas, trends, innovations, and the implications of technological, political, policy and legal changes, together with review papers on topics of interest to infectious disease and public health communities.
The Internet Archive Collection contains microfilm published between 1907 and 1940.