Webinar | Tips in Academic Publishing: A Skills Webinar for Early Career Researchers in Parasitology
Publishing your academic research in peer-review journals is important; this helps grow your scientific career and gain respect from colleagues. It may also lead to a future career in scientific writing and academic publishing. To guide you in this process, the Production and Editorial staff of the Cambridge University Press journal Parasitology have arranged an open, 1-hour skills webinar to guide you through the publishing process to ensure that your manuscript will have best impact and outreach.
Our panellists present their experiences and perspectives, with a Q&A session to close.
- Alison Paskins, Publishing Editor: Alison gives an overview of today’s publishing landscape with advice on how to best target your manuscript efficiently;
- Professor Russell Stothard, Editor-in-Chief: Russ provides an insight into academic journals with tips on submitting your manuscript for successful peer-review;
- Dr Marcela Espinaze, 2020 Early Career Researcher Awardee: Marcela tells us about her research and insights into her experience of publishing in Parasitology;
- Drs Emily Pascoe/Maureen Williams, Social Media Editors: Emily demonstrates the impact using social media with Maureen ensuring that your communications are engaging and fun.