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| One HealthChlamydia |

Joint Thematic Issue on OneHealth
Guest Editors:

Pathogens and Disease: Stanley Maloy (UC San Diego, USA) and Edmundo Calva (Instituto de Biotecnología UNAM, Cuernavaca, Mexico)

FEMS Microbiology Ecology: Cindy Nakatsu (Purdue Univ, USA), Julian Marchesi (Cardiff University, UK), Liping Zhao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

The health of humans is inextricably linked to the health of other living creatures and to the health of the environment. This is perhaps best illustrated by infectious disease microorganisms, many of which 'evolve' in animals and/or the environment and at various times during evolution find a niche in humans. In recognition of the significance of the OneHealth concept, the two journals of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) that publish on the health of humans and that of their environment, Pathogens and Disease and FEMS Microbiology Ecology, are teaming up to organize a joint thematic issue on the theme of OneHealth.

We hereby invite authors to submit their latest research for inclusion to a thematic issue entitled OneHealth for Life which will be published in Pathogens and Disease or FEMS Microbiology Ecology. We welcome all article types, including Research Articles, Mini Reviews, Short Communications, Perspectives, Commentaries, and Shortomics. Authors should specify 'OneHealth' in their cover letter to either journal. All submitted papers will undergo independent peer-review. Upon publication of these articles, a virtual joint thematic issue will bring together articles from both titles and will be promoted by FEMS and their publisher, Oxford University Press.


Read the joint virtual issue on OneHealth.
Email contact: Frederique Belliard at frederique.belliard@fems-microbiology.org

Thematic Issue on Chlamydia
Georg Haecker, Servaas Morré and Nick Thomson

All Chlamydia researchers are invited to submit their latest research for inclusion to a thematic issue entitled "Chlamydia and chlamydial infections", which will be published in Pathogens and Disease. We welcome all article types, including research articles, short communications, MiniReviews, perspectives, current opinion, shortomics, etc. Authors should specify‘Chlamydia2016’ in their cover letter.  All submitted papers will undergo independent peer-review. 

Finally, please note that it is free to publish in the journal.


Read the Virtual Issue on Pathogenesis of Chlamydia in women and in the mouse model.
Browse our past Thematic Issue on Chlamydia

Email contact: Frederique Belliard 

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