Secret sauce to structure your manuscript and make it publication-ready
Do you want to make sure that the paper you have just submitted to the journal is absolutely publication ready and bound to make a great impression on the journal editor and peer reviewers?
Participate in our upcoming webinar where Editage trainer Monika Sobocan will show you how you can prepare a publication-ready manuscript that is well-written and cohesively presented.
There’s more! In an exclusive bonus segment, Journal of Experimental Medicine Senior Scientific Editor Xin (Cindy) Sun will talk about publishing in JEM and what to expect when sending papers to Rockefeller University Press journals for consideration, including author-focused policies such as format neutral submissions, transfer submissions, open access options, and the general editorial process.
About the speakers:
Monika is a medical doctor with over 5 years of experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative research. She has communicated the findings of her research in high impact factor journals. She is highly involved in providing and evaluating medical education and serves on committees for technology-enhanced learning in Europe. Her scientific interests are research in preventative and predictive medicine within the disciplines of oncology and female health. Monika has been recognized for her scientific work by a prestigious national fellowship for women in science.
Xin (Cindy) Sun
Xin (Cindy) received her PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the Johns Hopkins University, studying the roles of RNA-binding proteins in DNA damage responses, NF-kB signaling and tumorigenesis. She then pursued her postdoctoral research in the lab of Robert Darnell at The Rockefeller University, where she studied RNA genomics in neurological disease and cancer. She joined the Journal of Experimental Medicine as a Scientific Editor in 2018. Cindy is in charge of JEM Special Collections.
Date: March 16, 2022
Time: 12:00 AM UTC
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