Microbial Genomics is a fully open access, open data, peer reviewed journal that publishes high quality, original research on archaea, bacteria, microbial eukaryotes and viruses. Submissions are welcome from across the breadth of microbiology and should include a genomic approach. Published by the Microbiology Society.
Professor Nicholas Thomson, Wellcome Trust, Sanger Institute, UK
Professor Stephen Bentley, Wellcome Trust, Sanger Institute, UK
✔ Fully open access
✔ Free to publish: article processing charges (APC)s fully subsidised by the Society until 2018
✔ No submission charges
✔ Microbial Genomics is published by the Microbiology Society, a not-for-profit publisher
✔ Mandatory open data policy: journal portal on figshare as well as help towards uploading the data
✔ Fast and rigorous peer review
✔ Continuous Publication
✔ Copy-right retained by the author: All articles published under a default CC-BY-NC 4.0 licence, with optional CC-BY 4.0 available
✔ Pre-print policy
✔ Adheres to COPE guidelines on publishing ethics
✔ Published on a modern journal platform that offers Altmetrics and support for multimedia content
Microbial Genomics is a fully Open Access, open data, peer reviewed journal that publishes high quality, original research on archaea, bacteria, microbial eukaryotes, and viruses. Submissions are welcome from across the breadth of microbiology and should include a genomic approach.
Topics covered include, but are not limited to:
Our aim is to publish articles communicating novel insights, exciting new applications or innovative approaches to analysis using genomic data. Publications should aim towards a better understanding of all aspects of microbial genomics ranging from large long- term studies on microbial evolution and epidemiology to studies that have immediate clinical or environmental relevance.
Microbial Genomics is a mandatory open data journal and authors are required to submit supporting data, protocols, and/or bioinformatics programmes, and software to relevant depositories. Article processing charges (APCs) are currently waived until end of 2017.
Microbial Genomics is part of the journal portfolio of the Microbiology Society, a registered charity, which reinvests income from publishing into the development of the journal, for fostering research in microbiology and virology, the organisation of international scientific conferences, or for education and outreach purposes.
For more information and help please see the Microbial Genomics FAQ’s page here.
For further information on the following topics please follow the links:
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Pathology, Medicine, Molecular biology, Bioinformatics & Computational biology, Infectious disease & Microbiology, Microbiology & Virology|
|Keywords:||microbial evolution, population genomics, epidemiological investigations, ecosystems, niche interactions, host pathogen, host microbiota interactions, human interventions, functional genomics, metagenomic studies|