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Antimicrobial resistance and the microbiome

New Content ItemA cross-journal series examining at the spread of antimicrobial resistance genes in the environment.

Life at the extreme

New Content ItemA cross-journal series looking at the mechanistic adaptation of any species which thrive in extreme environments.

The microbiota-gut-brain axis

New Content ItemThis cross-journal collection brings together both human and animal studies covering all aspects of the microbiota-gut-brain axis’ role in health and disease, as well as its therapeutic potential.

Engineering optimal livestock microbiomes

Cows eating hay © Image by skeeze from PixabayAnimal Microbiome invites submissions focused on progress in engineering optimal livestock microbiomes so that feed conversion is maximised.

Aims and scope

Animal Microbiome is a community-focused journal welcoming all animal microbiome studies relating to domestic and non-domestic animals. Animal Microbiome is a sister journal to Microbiome.

Editor-in-Chief Profile

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Sharon Huws is a Reader in Animal Science at the School of Biological Sciences and the Institute of Global Food Security, Queens University, Belfast. Her research is focused on understanding microbiomes, especially in the context of understanding the role that the rumen microbiome plays in ruminant food security. She is also interested in understanding the evolutionary drivers of antimicrobial resistance and exploiting microbiomes for industrial purposes.  Sharon is also a senior editor for the Microbiome. She also chairs the Rumen Microbial Genomics Network, which underpins the activities of the Global Research Alliance.

Dr Sharon Huws received her PhD from the University of Manchester, and subsequently went on to work as a post-doctoral scientist in the Universities of Bath and Aberystwyth.  In 2010 she was promoted to Senior Principal investigator and later in 2012 was appointed as a lecturer, followed by progression to senior lecturer in 2015 at Aberystwyth University. She took up her new role in Queens University Belfast in 2017.

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