London, United Kingdom, June 01, 2020
Today we celebrate the release of our latest publication EMJ Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, the first ejournal in this therapeutic area from EMJ which presents the most up-to-date research and developments in this ever-important field. Signifying the cross-collaboration of this therapeutic area, inside you will find a sizeable selection of peer-reviewed articles from experts with backgrounds in gastroenterology, gynaecology, paediatrics, and oncology.
Our Editor’s Pick for this issue, chosen by our Editor-in-Chief Prof Rajeshwar Reddy, is Dr Oliver Grundmann’s paper Gastrointestinal Inflammation and the Gut Microbiome: An Evolving Conceptual Framework with Implications for Diagnosis and Therapy in Inflammatory Bowel Disorders. Dr Grundmann describes the link between normal microbial flora of the gut and health and disease, as well as the latest in antibiotic therapy.
As the COVID-19 pandemic remains top of the world’s news stories, our in-house editorial team have pieced together features on topics not as widely broadcast, such as the lessons scientists have learned from a global history of pandemics, from the Black Death to Spanish Flu, and the viral genome sequencing in coronavirus outbreaks, comparing the current pandemic to the 2002–2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic.
The content does not stop there: this eJournal also boasts interviews with key opinion leaders in the field Dr Syra Madad and Prof Mark Fielder, abstract summaries, and additional, unmissable articles.
The full journal is available now at www.emjreviews.com or via the social media channels Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Notes to Editors
Renowned for being the only medical journal to review the biggest European congresses, six weeks after each event is held, EMJ is an independent, open-access eJournal dedicated to delivering first-class insights into ground-breaking changes, and advancements in the field.
Spanning sixteen therapeutic areas, including Innovations, Cardiology, Oncology, and more, each journal provides the reader with the latest from the field within our medical congress highlights, abstract reviews, and peer-reviewed articles to name but a few of its wide content selection. Flagship EMJ journals are also published quarterly, bringing an assortment of research and review papers from a variety of topics, alongside unique features and interviews. If you’re interested in receiving quarterly newsletters, and the latest publications straight to your inbox, please do subscribe for free: https://www.emjreviews.com/mailing-list/.
If you would like more information about this publication, please call Stacey Rivers at +44 (0) 1245 334450, or email [email protected].