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Online Event 12/12: “Manuscript Magic: How To Avoid Pitfalls and Get Published Faster!” (Part 1 of 2)
2022-12-12 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Working in academia is hard work and highly competitive. Just doing research and experiments every day is not enough—we also need to publish often!
At Edanz, we understand that publishing a successful paper is not easy—whether you are an early-career researcher or an experienced principal investigator. However, with excellent planning and support, you can avoid common problems, get published, and make an impact with your research!
Join this special two-part (2 x 1-hour) workshop on the best practices for planning and writing an amazing academic manuscript:
• Part 1 (12/12/2022, one hour, open session): we will look at how to prepare an excellent manuscript while avoiding all-too-common pitfalls.
• Part 2 (12/13/2022, one hour, members-only session): we will analyze REAL examples of academic manuscripts, then answer YOUR questions LIVE!
Part 1 (free webinar, open to all)
9am GMT/UTC • 5pm CST/China • 6pm JST/Japan
Starting off right
- Primary objectives of an academic manuscript
- The right mindset for writing a manuscript
Core components of an academic manuscript
- Introduction, Methods, Materials and Discussion plus a meaningful Conclusion
Crafting a narrative
- Being logical, concise and informative
- Avoiding common pitfalls
About the Academic Publishing Accelerator series ?
In this series of Edanz-exclusive events, we dive deep into the research cycle to help you get a head start in your career. Our global experts offer tips, tricks and insights on how to optimize your publication strategy, ethically communicate your research, and maximize the impact of your work!
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About Dr Julian Tang
Julian is an experienced scientific editor and writer who has worked with Springer Nature, National University of Singapore and the National Center for Child Health and Development, the largest pediatric and women’s hospital in Japan.
After graduating from the University of Melbourne with bachelor degrees in pathology and biochemistry, he worked as a laboratory biologist at the Agency for Science, Technology, and Research in Singapore. He then returned to the University of Melbourne to undertake a PhD in cancer structural biology, using X-ray crystallography to study the 3D structures of proteins. At the same time, he also managed the Australian Cancer Research Foundation Rational Drug Design Centre.
Julian has published his research in a variety of peer-reviewed journals in biochemistry, medicine, and health sciences. He has also published his insights into scientific research and development in feature stories in Nature and Science, as well as in publications of various academic institutions and government agencies. In recent years, Julian has been conducting a series of seminars on academic publishing grant proposal writing and science communication to the public.”