Researchers Launch a New Journal to Focus on Microbiome Research | GenomeWeb

Two researchers are launching a new journal this month to focus on microbiome studies. The journal, called Microbiome, is the brainchild of both the University of Maryland Medical School's Jacques Ravel and the University of Delaware's Eric Wommack. With this journal, they hope to provide a place to bring together both the environmental and medical microbiome communities.

"The expertise you find in the two communities are extremely complementary and they need to be reading the same journal, same methodology, that are published by one or the other," Ravel says.

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