A Senior Lecturer in the Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Lagos State University, Dr. Abdulazeez Anjorin, has been appointed on the Editorial Board of a reputable international Journal, PLOS ONE, as an Academic Editor.
His appointment was contained in a mail sent by Arianne Mae Pulmano on behalf of the Editorial Board, recently.
The letter read, in part: “We are delighted to offer you a position on the PLOS ONE Editorial Board as an Academic Editor! By confirming your information and accepting the Academic Editor position, you also agree to adhere to PLOS’s Code of Conduct for Editorial Board members.”
Dr. Anjorin in a terse message to the Centre for Information Press and Public Relations expressed his optimism that the development would be beneficial to the Lagos State University as a whole: “‘I passionately feel it will have positive influences on worthy manuscripts submitted to PLOS by authors from our Great citadel and Africa as a whole.”
PLOS ONE is peer reviewed scientific journal with a rigorous editorial screening and assessment process made up of several stages and belongs to the first quartile (Q1) of SJR ranked journals with a good IF.
The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, has congratulated Dr. Anjorin, the Dean and entire Faculty of Science on the feat noting that it further lends credence to the quality of academic and non-academic staff of the university.
We are LASU, we are great.