Gemma Reguera, Michigan State University environmental microbiologist, was named editor-in-chief of “Applied and Environmental Microbiology”, one of two new editors for two of the 16 peer-reviewed journals published by the American Society of Microbiology. Reguera will begin her term on July 1.
The ASM Journals Committee selected Reguera to lead “Applied and Environmental Microbiology” based on her record as an exceptional scientist with real experience fostering the next generation of microbiologists and commitment to continuing that mission within the ASM Journals program. Patrick Schloss, chair of the ASM Journals Committee, further cited Reguera’s legacy with the society and commitment to build upon the success of AEM as key reasons behind her selection.
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