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November 7, 2023
Antonia Chalka takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication 'The advantage of intergenic regions as genomic features for machine-learning-based host attribution of Salmonella Typhimurium from the USA' published in Microbial Genomics.
November 6, 2023
Dr Michael Weigand takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication 'Genomic characterization of cocirculating Corynebacterium diphtheriae and non-diphtheritic Corynebacterium species among forcibly displaced Myanmar nationals, 2017-2019’ in Microbial Genomics.
September 27, 2023
Bhavya Papudeshi takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication, 'Host interactions of novel Crassvirales species belonging to multiple families infecting bacterial host, Bacteroides cellulosilyticus WH2 published' in Microbial Genomics.
September 25, 2023
Microbial Genomics, the Open Access journal of choice for pioneering research in genomics, supports early career researchers develop skills in reviewing through mentorship on its Early Career Board of Reviewers. This pairs mentees with more experienced reviewers, who offer support and guidance on best practice for effective peer review.
Peer review is vital to publishing, refining the work of fellow researchers and ensuring integrity and credibility. Our reviewers support our work as a not-for-profit organisation, as we support and invest in the microbiology community for the benefit of everyone.
We asked both former and current mentees of the scheme to share their reflections on peer review and their experience of the Early Career Board of Reviewers.
September 11, 2023
Dr Ash Porter takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication, 'The importance of utilizing travel history metadata for informative phylogeographical inferences: a case study of early SARS-CoV-2 introductions into Australia' published in Microbial Genomics.
September 11, 2023
As we look forward to the Microbial Genomics Roadshow in Cambridge on the 12th September 2023, we’re sharing some top recently published content from the journal.
Microbial Genomics is the Open Access journal of choice for pioneering research in genomics, fully supported by innovative, collaborative services. Explore the scope of the journal and consider submitting to share your research widely and support not-for-profit publishing.
Curious Discovery: A Quarantine Plant Pathogen Infection in Australia’s Most Endangered Western Ground Parrot/Kyloring
September 5, 2023
Dr Subir Sarker takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication, 'A discovery down under: decoding the draft genome sequence of Pantoea stewartii from Australia’s Critically Endangered western ground parrot/kyloring (Pezoporus flaviventris' published in Microbial Genomics.
Using whole genome sequencing to track the spread of Vibrio infections in farmed oysters across Europe
September 4, 2023
Dr Nicola Coyle and Professor Edward Feil take us behind the scenes of their latest publication, 'Vibrio aestuarianus clade A and clade B isolates are associated with Pacific oyster (Magallana gigas) disease outbreaks across Ireland' published in Microbial Genomics.