The Microbiology Section of All Life considers articles on prokaryotic and eukaryotic microorganisms, viruses and small parasites, and their interaction with the environment.
This section invites scientists to share their research activity with our broad readership. In this section of All Life we consider for publication the latest news on:
|Microbial Systematics||Evolutionary and Molecular Biology||Biochemistry||Pathogenesis|
|Natural Products||Bioinformatics||Host-Microbe Interactions||Microscopy and Imaging|
|Genomics||Proteomics and Metabolomics||Physiology and Metabolism||Biotechnology and Bioremediation|
|Cell Biology||Biomedicine||Ecology and Environmental Microbiology||Agricultural and Food Microbiology|
|Systems Biology||Synthetic Biology||Microbiome||Microbiology|
Meet the Section Editors
Clare Taylor, Napier University, UK
Clare is a Senior Lecturer in Medical Microbiology in the School of Applied Sciences, Napier University, UK. She is a trustee of, and current General Secretary of the Society for Applied Microbiology where she also chairs the Society's Policy Sub-Committee. She is an elected member of the Young Academy of Scotland where she leads the 'Equal' theme.
Lorenzo Pecoraro, Tianjin Univesity, China
Lorenzo Pecoraro is Associate Professor at School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Health Sciences Platform, Tianjin University, China. His research interests mainly focus on plant-fungus interactions, including mycorrhizal associations and endophytic fungi, as well as on fungal taxonomy, community ecology, environmental microbiology for the analysis of microbial communities in different habitats using molecular analysis, and fungal biotechnology such as medicinal mushrooms cultivation.
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