Critical Insights in Microbiology

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About the journal

Critical Insights in Microbiology is an Open Access, broad scope journal that brings together the best research from across the breadth of microbiology and its related disciplines.

Led by a team of international academic experts, Critical Insights in Microbiology aims to highlight collaborative, interdisciplinary research with a future focus that will articulate where the field is heading.

Critical Insights in Microbiology reports original research, perspectives, methods and mini reviews on the biology of microorganisms, (Archaea, Bacteria, east & mould Fungi) with a focus on completed projects.

By choosing to publish into one of our Critical Insights journals, you will receive exceptional service with a responsive Editor and a constructive, positive peer review process.

We promise to support you throughout your publishing journey with us, ensuring you have a dedicated team to guide and advise you, guaranteeing an efficient service and timely publication. Once published, we will connect you with your research community and work to ensure the journal is successful and discovered by peers and serves your academic community.

                Meet the Editor-In-Chief

                Over several decades, Klotz directed a research program with focus on evolution and genome-informed analyses of molecular inventory key to N-oxide transformations. He was one of the initiators of a genome sequencing initiative for N-cycle bacteria (starting in 1999) focusing on metabolic reconstruction with a specific interest in bioenergetics and the role of cytochrome c proteins. Klotz was actively involved in microbiology education through scholarly teaching and professional outreach locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally, facilitating progress of the next generation and gender equity. He has served his professional society, ASM, as a division officer & councilor, and continues to serve on editorial boards of several microbiology journals and was the Editor-in-Chief (2010-2022) of Frontiers in Microbiology. Martin G. Klotz continues to be affiliated with Washington State University School of Biosciences as an Emeritus Professor.

                Martin G√ľnter Klotz - Washington State University, WA, USA
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