Volunteer: Alejandro Tejada
Alejandro obtained his BSc in Biochemistry in the University of Granada (Spain) and MSc in the Autonomous University of Madrid, focusing on biochemistry and microbiology. He then did a PhD in Microbiology at the Institut Pasteur (Paris) and the University of Paris, working on post-transcriptional regulation of Helicobacter pylori. Currently, he is a postdoctoral researcher at the Biozentrum (University of Basel, Switzerland), working on the Gram-negative pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa and the mode of action of antibacterial toxins.
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All but one of the FEMS journals are now fully open access (OA), with one journal, FEMS Microbiology Letters remaining a subscription journal with free-to-publish and OA options. Open access is key to supporting the FEMS mission of disseminating high quality research as widely as possible: when high quality, peer reviewed sound science is open access, anyone, anywhere in the world with an internet connection, can read it.