1) Indian Journal of Leprosy
hind Kusht Nivaran Sangh
After the formation of Hind Kusht Nivaran Sangh (Indian Leprosy Association) and rapid generation of data on anti-leprosy work in India, it was felt that to disseminate the information and share experiences, a medium should be in being which will bridge the gap between the leprosy workers and researchers in India. This was published by Dr Ernest Muir, doyen of leprologists, which led to birth of Leprosy in India in July 1929. Over the years, this became highly cited and renamed as Indian Journal of Leprosy in January 1984 by Dr Dharmendra (Editor, IJL). Abbreviated as Indian J Lepr, Indian Journal of Leprosy publishes the review articles, original research articles and brief communications dealing with the fundamental and applied aspects of leprosy in ...