Want your research to go places? Sign up for this free webinar on research promotion!
What do you do once your paper is accepted and published? Quickly move on to the next paper? Or celebrate a while and then think of ways to promote your published paper?
Due to the immense “pressure to publish,” which is linked to academic growth and success, most researchers soon begin thinking, planning, or even working on their next paper. However, research promotion is as crucial as research publishing in the researcher’s journey. Promoting your research helps it reach a wider audience, thereby increasing citations. This can lead to a future collaboration and further academic opportunities such as invites to conferences and commissioned articles or even books. As a result of all these, you can build strong credentials for future grant applications. Really, if ‘Publish or Perish’ is one axiom by which researchers live, ‘Promote and Flourish’ needs to be another.
To help you on your research promotion journey, we bring you a free webinar in collaboration with one of our partners, Hindawi. that will highlight the need to go beyond publishing to actively promoting your published research. Specifically, you will learn about the following:
- Creating an online profile and increasing research visibility and citations
- Preparing and delivering conference posters and presentations
- Imbibing networking tips that will help you build your professional reputation at international conferences
Sounds promising? Block your calendar and where you also get to ask your questions of the experts and connect with researchers from around the world!
- Date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021
- Time: 1 PM UTC (9 AM EST, 6.30 PM IST)
About the speakers
Content Head, Editage Research Communication Services, Powered by Impact Science
Shane has over 5 years of experience in language editing, scientific communication, and publishing. He has personally edited over 1,000 manuscripts across various subject areas in the life sciences, collaborating with over 7,500 researchers to help them realize their dream of publishing in high impact-factor journals. He has also helped deliver against the expectations of millions of researchers by overseeing iterative and author-oriented editorial solutions. He strongly believes that every researcher deserves to have their work read, cited, and valued by the larger scientific community. Shane has a Masters in Science, with a specialization in Plant Molecular Biology. He loves playing football and composing music in his spare time. Seeing a researcher’s hard work come to life through creative visualizations is what Shane looks forward to the most in his work day.
Science Communication Expert, Hindawi
Elodie obtained a PhD in Neurogenetics in Paris, and while pursuing research as a postdoc at UCL, London, got involved in the creation of the Pint of Science festival in 2013. She created the French branch in 2014, and after 4 years of balancing the postdoc and Pint of Science simultaneously, she decided to leave research and become a science communicator. She is the international director for Pint of Science, but is also involved in various science communication projects as a freelancer and is passionate about helping scientists share their love of science with the public.