Series

Peer Review 2018

The theme for Peer Review Week 2018 is diversity in peer review and includes an interesting range of topics within its scope – inclusion of early career researchers in peer review, gender bias in peer review, geographical distribution of reviewers, etc. Here’s a series of posts dedicated to this year’s event and theme. Don’t forget to catch the special series of contributions from researchers and industry professionals on the theme of diversity.

Part 01

Are you as excited for Peer Review Week 2018 as we are? This global event is dedicated to encouraging discussions about peer review. The theme for this year’s Peer Review Week is “Diversity and…

Part 02

Peer Review Week 2018 is drawing closer (September 10 to 15) and we can barely contain our excitement! Being staunch supporters and one of the organizing committee…

Part 03
Emma Clayton is the Journal Manager for the Frontiers for Young Minds journal. She has been with the Young Minds team since 2016. Following an MRes in Ecology and Environmental management, she…
Part 04

This year, during Peer Review Week, the scholarly publishing world will be abuzz with discussions about diversity in peer review. To capture the…

Part 05

Donald Samulack, President, US Operations, Editage, Cactus Communications, talks about how the scholarly publishing industry needs to make concerted efforts to move toward greater inclusivity and…

Part 06

In keeping with the theme of Peer Review Week 2018, Carl Schiesser, former Professor of Chemistry at The University of Melbourne and current Director of Seleno…

Part 07

Gail Schofield, marine ecologist at the Centre for Integrative Ecology at Deakin University, shares a unique…

Part 08

A.Roxana Lescano, JD, and her colleagues (Hugo Garcia, MD, PhD; Carol Zavaleta, PhD (c); Valerie Paz Soldan, PhD; Estela Quiroz, MD; and Willy Lescano, PhD) share their collective views on how…

Part 09

Nitasha Devasar, Managing Director, Taylor & Francis, India and South Asia, shares what diversity in peer…

Part 10

John Butler Adam, Editor-in-Chief of the South African Journal of Science (SAJS), shares his thoughts about…