Chisholm has done some incredible work on marine microbes. Here are some of her "Open Access" papers to browse:
- PLoS ONE: Analysis of High-Throughput Sequencing and Annotation Strategies for Phage Genomes
- Modeling selective pressures on phytoplankton in the global ocean.
- Short RNA half-lives in the slow-growing marine cyanobacterium Prochlorococcus.
- Whole genome amplification and de novo assembly of single bacterial cells.
- Choreography of the transcriptome, photophysiology, and cell cycle of a minimal photoautotroph, prochlorococcus.
- Modeling the fitness consequences of a cyanophage-encoded photosynthesis gene.
- The challenge of regulation in a minimal photoautotroph: non-coding RNAs in Prochlorococcus.
- Patterns and implications of gene gain and loss in the evolution of Prochlorococcus.
- Prevalence and evolution of core photosystem II genes in marine cyanobacterial viruses and their hosts.
- Three Prochlorococcus cyanophage genomes: signature features and ecological interpretations.
Sure she does publish in some other places but does publish a lot in PLoS and other Open Access journals. If you get the job, maybe you can convince her to move more towards publishing everything in Open Access journals --- her stuff is very cool --- the more of it that is Open Access the better ...