Next week, I will be a panelist on the Versatile PhD forum for a discussion on “PhD Careers in Medical Writing”.
The discussion is free and open to all. I, and 3 other panelists, will answer any question about a career in medical writing.
The discussion will take place all week, between October 17 and 21, and anyone can drop by and participate during that time.
Find more information and join the discussion at Versatile PhD.
Please join us and ask away. I’m looking forward to the conversation.
With all the money invested in obtaining research funding, universities should invest more in the end product of that research, namely the publications. That is the argument made by the authors of a recent paper on improving the medical research literature.
The authors identified 3 targets that could help universities improve the publications from their researchers: introducing publications officers into the academic environment, training researchers how to be authors, and training researchers how to be peer reviewers.
Continue reading How academia can increase the value of research articles
Open access publishing offers readers free access to articles published online, in contrast to a model where articles are available through an individual or institutional subscription to the journal. Most often, authors (or their institutions) pay an open access publishing fee when the manuscript is accepted. The fees can range from $75 to over $3,000 per article, depending on the journal.
Continue reading Is that open access publishing fee worth it?
Thinking about applying for a grant with a fall deadline? Well, the time to start working on the grant is now. Believe it or not, you probably need at least 3 to 4 months to put together a strong application. Besides starting early enough for an on-time submission, how else can you increase the chances of success? Continue reading 6 Tips for Grant Writing Success