Join us on Monday, June 13th at 10am GMT / 11am BST for the next episode in Edanz’s series for early career researchers (or anyone who just wants to improve their skills).
So far in this series, we have selected a journal and checked its requirements (Episode 1), outlined our first draft (Episode 2), avoided common manuscript writing mistakes (Episode 3), displayed our data as tables and figures (Episode 4), written an amazing abstract, title, and keywords to promote our paper (Episode 5), and submitted our paper to our selected journal with recommended peer reviewers (Episode 6). The full programme for the series can be found here.
Welcome to Episode 7 - PEER REVIEW: How to SOLVE PROBLEMS and GET PUBLISHED!
Join research publishing expert Dr. Dean Meyer, and Edanz’s Scott McCleary for an interactive and information-packed hour of tips and tricks. You will learn how to solve common (and not so common) problems that come up during the peer review process.
In this event you will learn (or re-learn):
- Peer review TYPES and TIMELINES, and what to expect at each stage
- How to SOLVE common (and uncommon) PROBLEMS before they derail your submission
- How to COMMUNICATE with reviewers and editors throughout the peer review process
- How to view peer review as a POSITIVE experience that can improve your research impact!
Want to save time and get your paper published as quickly and smoothly as possible? You DON’T want to miss this one-hour live event!
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The slides for this event can be found here.
10:00 am GMT / 11:00 am BST
Dr Dean Meyer has a background in environmental science with a specialist interest in toxicology and public health. Her doctoral research work focused on molecular mechanisms of metal detoxification in an invertebrate model. Her other research interests include the mechanisms of toxicity and disease causation, and the occupational sources of xenobiotics and their physiological effects. Dr Meyer spent eight years working at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, and has an extensive background in the areas of laboratory safety and environmental health. Dr Meyer is a certified Editor in the Life Sciences (ELS) and joined Edanz as an editor in 2015., Scott McCleary
Scott is a specialist in online instructional design for professional development with 18+ years of experience. He has a Master’s degree in education from the University of Southern Queensland, with postgraduate certification in Education Technology.
Scott has developed and delivered training programs for more than 50 organizations worldwide in fields such as: medical/pharma (Merck, Pfizer, Banyu, NCGM hospital), business & finance (Deutsche Bank, Skandia, LEC Tokyo), big tech (Sony, Toshiba, Hitachi, Mitsubishi), government (The Japan Ministry of Foreign Affairs), K-12 (Benesse, Ochanomizu Seminar) and higher education (Komazawa University, Gakushuin University, Asia University, Kaetsu University, and the Berlin School of Economics and Law).
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