There are six Editorial Boards that represent the Microbiology Society's journals:
- Microbiology Editorial Board
- Journal of General Virology Editorial Board
- Journal of Medical Microbiology Editorial Board
- Microbial Genomics Editorial Board
- International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology Editorial Board
- Access Microbiology Editorial Board
Find out more about each of the Editorial Boards and it's members below:
Microbiology is led by an internationally renowned Editorial Board, led by Professor Gavin Thomas, University of York, UK. Together the Board ensure rigorous, high-quality peer review, aided by the Society’s in-house publishing team.
Journal of General Virology welcomes high-quality research and review articles that contribute significantly to the field of virology. It's Editorial Board is lead by Professor Paul Duprex, University of Pittsburgh, USA.
As part of the Microbiology Society portfolio, Journal of Medical Microbiology provides comprehensive coverage of medical, dental and veterinary microbiology, and infectious diseases. The Editorial Board is led by Co-Editors-In-Chief, Professor Norman Fry (Public Health England, UK), and Professor Kalai Mathee (Florida International University, USA).
Published by the Microbiology Society, Microbial Genomics is a Gold Open Access, peer-reviewed journal publishing cutting edge, pioneering research into genomic approaches to microbiology. The Editorial Board is led by Professor Kathryn Holt, Monash University, Australia and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK.
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology is is the leading forum for the publication of novel microbial taxa and the ICSP’s official journal of record for prokaryotic names. It's Editorial Board is led by Professor Martha E Trujillo, University of Salamanca, Spain.
Access Microbiology offers the publication of replication studies, negative or null results, research proposals, data management plans, additions to established methods, and interdisciplinary work. The Editorial Board is comprised of experienced Editor Mentors who have been paired with Editor Mentees.