Impact and Influence Committee

Reporting to Council, the Impact and Influence Committee is responsible for advancing the understanding and impact of microbiology by highlighting the global importance of the work of our members and other microbiologists to support the Society’s three main strategic objectives. The Committee will work with relevant working groups and staff to ensure that activities delivered are in line with budget.

Catrin Moore


Dr Catrin Moore
St George's, University of London, UK





Tina Joshi


Dr Tina Joshi

University of Plymouth, UK




Impact and Influence Committee Membership 2023

Catrin Moore

St George’s, University of London, UK
Tina Joshi University of Plymouth, UK
David Clarke University College Cork, Ireland
Chris Randall University of Leeds, UK
Karen Campos-Leon
Currently on a career break
Edward Bolt University of Nottingham, UK
James Redfern Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Marwh Aldriwesh King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Science, Saudi Arabia
Stephanie Diezmann University of Bristol, UK
Andre Antunes Edge Hill University, UK
Éva Bernadett Bényei
University of Cambridge, UK
Mel Lacey Sheffield Hallam University, UK
Carol Munro University of Aberdeen, UK
Justine Rudkin University of Oxford, UK
Thamarai Schneiders University of Edinburgh, UK
Joey Shephed University of Sheffield, UK
Ainsley Beaton John Innes Centre, UK
Oliver Severn Singer Instruments, UK

Terms of Reference

Impact and Influence Committee Terms of Reference


Microbiology Today Editorial Board


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