Louisville is the only place in the world where researchers have access to an entire community whose demographical makeup is transferable to the United States. Although CERID is located in Kentucky, our research and services can be extrapolated across the globe. With two internationally recognized scholarly journal repositories, CERID aims to provide worldwide access to the most reliable sources of information regarding infectious diseases and comparative perspectives focused on refugee groups.
The Journal of Respiratory Infections aims to provide worldwide access to the most reliable sources of information in the form of original manuscripts, review articles, patient management, and short communications.
The Journal of Refugee and Global Health is designed to inform readers regarding practice across the globe. RGH prioritizes international and comparative perspectives and cases focused on specific groups, regions, or countries.
The International Respiratory Infections Society (IRIS) is a not-for-profit corporation of an international organization of individual persons. The objective of the International Respiratory Infections Society (IRIS) shall be to promote research in the field of respiratory infections.