Writing, Publishing and Reviewing: Advice, Tips and News from Cytometry A
Recorded On: 06/11/2016
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Attila Tarnok, PhD
Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology
Vera Donnenberg, PhD
School of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh
Anar Murphy, PhD
Senior Scientific Editor
The New York Academy of Sciences
Scientific journals require certain quality standards from manuscripts to be acceptable for further review and publication. There are some very common reasons why a paper gets reviewed and accepted or rejected.
This tutorial aims to highlight all major aspects of manuscript writing, submission, and communication with the reviewers. It points out what can (and very often does) go wrong and how to do it right in order to improve your chances to get your paper published. Special emphasis will be taken to focus on the needs for publishing cytometry data in biomedical and technical oriented journals such as Cytometry Part A.
The process will be shown from the editor, publisher, and reviewer points of view.
CMLE Credit: 1.5