International Journal of Clinical Microbiology

International Journal of Clinical Microbiology

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Aims and Scope

The International Journal of Clinical Microbiology is online, open access, peer-reviewed journal that encourages authors to submit articles based on laboratory diagnosis and treatment of human and animal infectious diseases, virology, parasitology, and epidemiology. IJCM is devoted to the publication of advanced clinical studies concerning human and animal infections.


IJCM publishes all types of articles, such as research papers, reviews, letters, editorials, and case reports in the areas of clinical applications of microbiology.


The International Journal of Clinical Microbiology aims to promote the exchange of research findings, theories, and applications of clinical microbiology among researchers, clinicians, and students of medicine. IJCM focuses on the diagnostic aspects of clinical microbial organisms, the microbial pathogenicity of the organisms, and the characterization of the various diseases that result from the microbes. IJCM also covers areas such as the clinical implications of microbial infections, microbiologic-based therapeutics, and the prevention and control of infectious diseases. The Journal is committed to providing timely and accurate information on topics related to the study of clinical microbial genetics and the study of microbial pathogenesis.


IJCM strives to provide a multidisciplinary, objective platform for the presentation of medical knowledge that is applicable to both the academic and the practitioner. The scope of the Journal encompasses a diverse range of topics, including molecular diagnostics,antimicrobial therapy, epidemiology, and surveillance of infectious diseases, microbial pathogenesis, microbial genetics, and pharmacology.


This Journal applies the latest advances in technology and methods to the study of microbial pathogenesis and the clinical implications of microbial infections. As such, this Journal is an essential resource for clinicians and researchers who are engaged in the study and diagnosis of infectious diseases.


The list below details the scope of the International Journal of Clinical Microbiology. If you find anything that needs to be updated on the list, feel free to contact us at [email protected]


Antimicrobial drug resistances
Antimicrobials and Disinfectants
Antimicrobials and resistance
Applied microbiology and biotechnology
Bacterial adherence
Bacterial chemotaxis
Bacterial genetics
Bacterial pathogens and infections
Bacterial toxins
Bacteriology Chlamydiology
Cellular Microbiology
Chlamydiology and Rickettsiology
Cleanroom fungi,
Clinical Infectious Diseases
Clinical Microbiology and Infection
Clinical Veterinary Microbiology and Current Research
Clinical Virology
Current research in Medical Microbiology
Diagnosis of infectious pathogens (molecular and conventional)
Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease
Disinfectants and rapid microbiological methods
Environmental Microbiology
Fungal (mold & yeast) pathogens and infections
Horizontal gene transfer
Industrial Microbiology
Infection Control & Immunity
Infection Surveillance
Infections by Organ System
Intestinal colonization
Marine microbiologyaquaculture
Medical Parasitology
Microbial and Biochemical Technology
Microbial Genomics and Cellular Microbiology
Microbiology of water,
Microbiology-Current Research
Mycobacteriology and Aerobic Actinomycetes
New diagnostic methods in microbiology
Novel Insights into Clinical Microbiology
Other pathogens and infections
Parasitic pathogens (Protozoa, Helminths, and Arthropod Vectors)
Pathogen evolution
Pathology (infection, immune system)
Pathophysiology (infection, immune system)
Pediatric Infections
Protein-protein interactions
Structural studies of complexes in microbiology and infectious diseases
Systematic and Applied Microbiology
Tools and Diagnostics in Clinical Microbiology
Treatment of infectious diseases
Vaccine development
Vaccines against Infectious Diseases
Viral pathogens and infections
Virulence gene regulation

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