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This is the Seminar/Workshop Series for Researcher Professional Development, held regularly by “the Comprehensive Support Project for the Strategic Professional Development Program for Young Researchers.” Participation is free of charge, and please feel free to invite others and join in.
Telling Your Story in a Scientific Paper
Friday, June 24, 2022 at 16:00–17:00
Ever wondered WHY your paper was REJECTED by an Editor?
This seminar is part of a series entitled, “A Roadmap to Publishing Papers,” where the lecturer will be sharing with you his insights as a former editor at Cell Press on how to publish your work more successfully. In this seminar, he will be focusing on the function and value of the narrative, or so-called “storytelling,” in a scientific paper and share tips/strategies on how to prepare a paper to tell your story more effectively. ALL levels of students, researchers, and PIs are welcome!
Spyros GOULAS, Ph.D.
Scientific Advisor, ASHBi; Former Scientific Editor at Cell Press/Developmental Cell
※Participation is free of charge.
※Language: English. Q&A will also be accepted in Japanese.
For application, please access the ASHBi site below.
【Details about this seminar】 https://ashbi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/events/220624/
【Contact for Inquiries】 ASHBi-acceleration[at]mail2.adm.kyoto-u.ac.jp (please replace [at] with @.)