On the occasion of our retirement as editors of the Clinical Microbiology Newsletter (Newsletter), which is now in its 40th year, we are feeling a bit nostalgic. As such, we want to pay tribute to all the people who have ensured its success over the years. We want to thank our readers, who helped to make this Newsletter so successful, and the authors, who have contributed outstanding lead articles in clinical microbiology. Having worked together for so many years on the Newsletter — Betz Forbes for 12 years, Alice Weissfeld for 10 years — we were intrigued by its history. In this article, we share the Newsletter origins, the people who have shaped it along the way, and how the Newsletter, along with the discipline of clinical microbiology, has changed during the past 40 years.
Clinical Microbiology Newsletter – Elsevier
Published: Mar 15, 2018
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