The "Journal of Microbiome Ecology" is dedicated to publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed research on the ecology and function of microbial communities in diverse ecosystems. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share their knowledge and perspectives on the rapidly evolving field of microbiome research.

The primary aim of the journal is to advance our understanding of the complex interactions between microorganisms and their hosts and environment, and to promote the application of this knowledge to improve human health, animal welfare, and environmental sustainability. The journal welcomes original research articles, reviews, methodological papers, and opinion pieces on topics including, but not limited to:

  • Microbial diversity and evolution
  • Microbial community structure and function
  • Host-microbe interactions and symbioses
  • Microbiome engineering and manipulation
  • Microbiome and disease
  • Microbiome and nutrition
  • Microbiome and environment
  • Methodological advances in microbiome research

Through its rigorous peer-review process, the "Journal of Microbiome Ecology" aims to ensure that all published articles meet high standards of scientific excellence and integrity, and contribute to the advancement of the field. The journal is committed to open access publishing and aims to make all published articles freely available to readers worldwide, thus facilitating the dissemination of new knowledge and ideas.



The Journal of Microbiome Ecology is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that aims to publish original research articles, reviews, and commentaries on all aspects of microbiome ecology. Our journal covers a broad range of topics, including but not limited to the following:

  1. Microbial communities
  2. Microbial ecology
  3. Microbiome interactions
  4. Host-microbiome interactions
  5. Microbiome function
  6. Microbiome diversity
  7. Microbiome stability
  8. Microbiome dynamics
  9. Microbial metabolism
  10. Microbial genetics
  11. Microbial evolution
  12. Microbial biogeography
  13. Microbial bioremediation
  14. Microbial symbiosis
  15. Microbial pathogenesis
  16. Microbial biofilms
  17. Microbial oceanography
  18. Microbial soil ecology
  19. Microbial plant-microbe interactions
  20. Microbial food web

Our journal welcomes submissions from researchers across the globe working in the field of microbiome ecology. The following list provides additional keywords and subtopics that fall under the scope of our journal:

  1. Microbiome engineering
  2. Microbiome biomarkers
  3. Microbiome therapies
  4. Microbiome-based diagnostics
  5. Microbiome and the immune system
  6. Gut microbiome
  7. Oral microbiome
  8. Skin microbiome
  9. Respiratory microbiome
  10. Vaginal microbiome
  11. Microbiome and cancer
  12. Microbiome and neurological disorders
  13. Microbiome and metabolic disorders
  14. Microbiome and cardiovascular diseases
  • Microbiome and obesity
  1. Microbiome and aging
  • Microbiome and nutrition
  • Microbiome and probiotics
  • Microbiome and prebiotics
  1. Microbiome and antibiotics
  2. Microbiome and the environment
  3. Microbiome and climate change
  4. Microbiome and wastewater treatment
  5. Microbiome and biotechnology
  6. Microbiome and agriculture
  7. Microbiome and aquaculture
  8. Microbiome and food safety
  9. Microbiome and food fermentation
  10. Microbiome and brewing
  11. Microbiome and winemaking
  12. Microbiome and phages
  13. Microbiome and viruses
  • Microbiome and fungi
  1. Microbiome and archaea
  2. Microbiome and algae
  • Microbiome and protozoa
  1. Microbiome and invertebrates
  2. Microbiome and vertebrates
  3. Microbiome and wildlife conservation
  4. Microbiome and bioremediation of pollutants
  5. Microbiome and biogeochemical cycles
  6. Microbiome and ecosystem services
  7. Microbiome and evolutionary biology
  8. Microbiome and systems biology
  • Microbiome and computational biology
  1. Microbiome and bioinformatics
  • Microbiome and data analytics
  • Microbiome and statistical analyses
  • Microbiome and machine learning
  1. Microbiome and artificial intelligence
  2. Microbiome and ethics
  3. Microbiome and policy
  • Microbiome and education
  1. Microbiome and public engagement
  2. Microbiome and citizen science
  • Microbiome and open science
  1. Microbiome and reproducibility
  2. Microbiome and data sharing
  3. Microbiome and scientific communication
  4. Microbiome and scientific outreach
  5. Microbiome and clinical trials
  6. MicroBiota
  • Intestinal microbiota
  1. Microbiome engineering
  2. Host-microbe interactions
  • Microbiome and nutrition
  1. Animal microbiota
  2. Microbial community dynamics
  3. Bioinformatics tools for microbiome analysis
  4. Metabolomics of the microbiome
  5. Microbiome and disease
  6. Microbial ecology
  • Microbiome and mental health
  1. Soil microbiome
  2. Microbial diversity
  • Microbial genetics
  1. Host immune response to microbiota
  2. Plant-microbe interactions
  3. Microbiome and the gut-brain axis
  4. Fungal microbiota
  5. Microbiome and aging
  6. Microbiome and cancer
  7. Oral microbiome
  8. Microbiome and infectious diseases
  9. Microbiome and the skin
  10. Vaginal microbiota
  11. Microbial biofilms
  12. Microbiome and autism spectrum disorder
  13. Microbiome and cardiovascular diseases
  14. Microbiome and the respiratory system
  15. Microbiome and liver diseases
  16. Microbiome and metabolic disorders
  17. Microbiome and sleep
  18. Microbiome and the immune system
  19. Microbiome and reproduction
  20. Microbiome and drug metabolism
  21. Microbiome and personalized medicine
  22. Microbiome and probiotics
  23. Microbiome and prebiotics
  24. Microbiome and postbiotics
  25. Microbiome and phage therapy
  26. Microbiome and gene expression
  27. Microbiome and epigenetics
  28. Microbiome and the environment
  29. Microbiome and the food industry
  30. Microbiome and biocontrol
  31. Microbiome and bioremediation
  32. Microbiome and agriculture
  33. Microbiome and aquaculture
  34. Microbiome and biotechnology
  35. Microbiome and the human-animal interface
  36. Microbiome and one health
  37. Microbiome and bioinformatics
  38. Microbiome and ecology
  39. Microbiome and evolution
  40. Microbiome and systems biology
  41. Microbiome and metagenomics
  42. Microbiome and synthetic biology
  43. Microbiome and biomarkers
  44. Microbiome and functional analysis
  45. Microbiome and microbial interactions
  46. Microbiome and proteomics
  47. Microbiome and RNA-seq
  48. Microbiome and transcriptomics
  49. Microbiome and the gut-lung axis
  50. Microbiome and the gut-liver axis
  51. Microbiome and the gut-kidney axis
  52. Microbiome and the gut-heart axis
  53. Microbiome and the gut-skin axis
  54. Microbiome and the gut-microbiota-brain axis
  55. Microbiome and the oral-gut axis
  56. Microbiome and the gut-metabolome-brain axis
  57. Gut-brain axis
  58. Bioreactors
  59. Plant-microbe interactions
  60. Fungal communities
  61. Bacterial diversity
  62. Metabolomics
  63. Gene expression
  64. Inflammation
  65. Bioinformatics tools
  66. Metabolic diseases
  67. Animal models
  68. Microbial genetics
  69. Microbial genomics
  70. Next-generation sequencing
  71. Antibiotic resistance
  72. Metagenomics
  73. Microbial community structure
  74. Antimicrobial agents
  75. Synthetic biology
  76. Functional genomics
  77. Microbial physiology
  78. Microbial ecology
  79. Microbial evolution
  80. Microbial biotechnology
  81. Metabolic pathways
  82. Biogeography
  83. Microbial interactions
  84. Host-pathogen interactions
  85. Cell signaling
  86. Immune system
  87. Microbial adaptation
  88. Microbial metabolism
  89. Synthetic microbial ecosystems
  90. Microbial symbiosis
  91. Ecological succession
  92. Metabolic engineering
  93. Environmental microbiology
  94. Microbial fermentation
  95. Microbial bioremediation
  96. Microbial metabolism modeling
  97. Biocontrol agents
  98. Microbial proteomics
  99. Viral ecology
  100. Bacterial pathogenesis
  101. Parasitic interactions
  102. Microbial biofilms
  103. Microbial diversity and function
  104. Microbial growth kinetics
  105. Host-microbe interactions
  106. Microbial population dynamics
  107. Microbial systems biology

These keywords/sub-topics cover a wide range of topics related to the study of microbiome ecology and will help potential authors and readers understand the scope and focus of the Journal of Microbiome Ecology.

The "Journal of Microbiome Ecology" aims to provide a platform for researchers, academics, and practitioners to share their knowledge, ideas, and findings related to microbiome research. Our mission is to promote open access to high-quality research articles, reviews, and other scholarly works related to the field of microbiome ecology. We strive to foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing among researchers from diverse disciplines, including microbiology, ecology, bioinformatics, and computational biology. Our vision is to become a leading publication in the field of microbiome research, providing a forum for cutting-edge research and innovative ideas that advance our understanding of the roles of microbial communities in ecosystems, human health, and biotechnology. We are committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity and ethical publishing practices, ensuring that all published works undergo rigorous peer-review and editorial oversight.