Call for Expressions of Interest

 

Breaking Research of Early Career and student Researchers


Early career (less than 5 year’s post-graduation) and student researchers who would like their area of research to be featured in a special issue of Microbiology Australia are invited to contribute a proposal of their articles and its impact.


The Editorial Board will select approximately 12 articles for invited submissions. Articles will feature in the third issue of 2017.


As a guide, the article should be 500 to 1000 words, be targeted to the wider community of Australian microbiologists and should describe the author’s original research. Articles will go through the normal process of peer review and editing.


Please send Expressions of Interest (EOI) to editorasm@gmail.com and include:
Suggested title, name of contributor and contact details, (name of supervisor for students and a brief CV listing graduation year for early career researchers), and a brief abstract of less than 200 words.


All contributors must have membership of the Australian Society of Microbiology (ASM).

 

  
 

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