Publishing Medical Research in Academic Journals
On Demand Webinar
This workshop, designed for early career researchers, will provide an overview of the current landscape of academic publishing, with a focus on medical research.
Our editorial experts will cover:
• How to choose a suitable journal
• Open Access options
• Preparing manuscripts for submission
• Ethical approval & reporting guidelines
• Data sharing & licencing
• Peer review processes
• Top reasons for rejection
• Revising your manuscript
The session will be followed by a Q&A, where you'll have the chance to ask questions on any of the topics covered.
About our presenters:
Zoe has been a Commissioning Editor for the Medicine and Health Journals at Taylor & Francis for 3 years and previously worked at Springer Nature for 3 years. Prior to her role in the publishing industry, Zoe completed her BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science at The University of Lincoln and her MSc in Cancer Therapeutics at Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry. Her interests now lie primarily in drug delivery, nanomedicine, and clinical trials.
Emma is a Commissioning Editor for the Medicine and Health Journals at Taylor & Francis. She began her career in publishing as a copy editor and typesetter before moving into journal management and commissioning. Emma has been handling articles from submission to publication for the past 8 years, working on a range of journals covering many aspects of biomedical science. In recent years she has been focused on drug development and currently works on the Expert Collection journal portfolio. She has a keen interest in ensuring authors have a smooth and enjoyable experience publishing their work. Emma has a BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences from Lancaster University.