ESCMID has launched a new multilingual publication: New Microbes and New Infections (NMNI). Content includes peer-review papers devoted to new facts in clinical microbiology, infectious and tropical diseases with an emerging-countries oriented audience. New facts include first case of infection and antimicrobial resistance in one country, new microbes and their genomes in one country. New Microbes and New Infections offers clinicians and researchers a rapid route to publication and the opportunity to publish in a highly visible global forum.
Manuscripts may be submitted in English, French, German, Spanish,
Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, or Chinese.
Mini-reviews presenting facts in one country and original contributions
will be considered for publication according to five different formats:
• Short format: first clinical case report, first clinical case report in
emerging country, letter to the Editor, editorial, hot topic or historical note
• Medium format: new genomes of microorganisms or viruses found
• Full format: description of new microbes in humans or new resistant
microbes or new technologies for infectious and tropical diseases
• Letter format: Editorial or hot topic