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First Section Editor Meeting

EMI organized its first Section Editor Meeting – DEC 15 2011

Location:Editorial Office, Shanghai

On December 15, 2011, Emerging Microbes and Infections (EMI) held a section editor meeting in our brand new EMI office in Shanghai.

Editor-in chief, Professor Yu-Mei Wen, Deputy editor-in-chief, Professor Shan Lu, Associate editors Dr. Zhenghong Yuan and Dr. Wenhong Zhang and Executive editor Xiaodong Zhang also attended the meeting.

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EMI Partners with NPG

EMI Enters Publishing Partnership with NPG - SEP 26 2011

Today, Emerging Microbes and Infections (EMI), a new biomedical journal, signed a publishing agreement with the Nature Publishing Group (NPG), a well-respected and world-renowned publishing house.

EMI was conceived in early 2011 and plans to publish its first issue in July 2012. The purpose of EMI is to provide a forum to publish a wide range of scientific reports related to emerging infectious diseases, especially with new information from developing countries where such diseases are constantly arising and being discovered regularly. It will report findings of emerging or re-emerging pathogens (bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogenic organisms); especially ones with previously unknown phenotypic or genotypic characteristics associated with mechanisms of pathogenesis, immune evasion and protection, clinical presentation and outcome, drug efficacy and resistance, epidemiology and other issues important to global health.

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Solicitation of Papers

EMI ANNOUNCES CALL FOR PAPERS

The launch of a new biomedical journal for global health – Emerging Microbes and Infections

We are pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new journal (first issue coming in July of 2012), Emerging Microbes and Infections (EMI), an open-access journal published in English. EMI will report discoveries of emerging microbes (bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogens) including their previously unknown phenotypic or genotypic characteristics, as well as cutting edge information associated with microbial mechanisms of pathogenesis, immune evasion and protection, clinical presentation and outcome, drug efficacy and its resistance, epidemiology and other issues important to global health.

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