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Understanding The Basics Of Publishing A Research Article In A Journal
R Upskill A scholarly learning platform with the largest collection of researcher-focused programs developed by top academic experts.
Delve into the world of academic publishing, with practical advice on creating well-structured research manuscripts, tips on journal selection, and essential pre-submission checks to boost your chance of being accepted by top journals.
What you learn
Understand the basics of publishing your research
The purpose and importance of scientific journals
How to select a suitable journal for your research
What is peer-reviewed journals and how they work
The ideal structure for a scientific journal article
Final checks before you submit to a journal
Every researcher is driven by the goal to get his/her manuscripts published in a high-impact scientific journals. This is not only because this is a requirement for career progression, but also because it provides researchers with an opportunity to share his/her findings with the world. But with over 7.8 million scholars working to get their work published every year, this is not an easy task.
This well-structured program is designed to help young researchers understand and master the basics of publishing an article in a scientific journal. It explains the role of scientific journals in disseminating research findings, guides you on how to select the right journal to submit your research manuscript, and emphasizes the importance of publishing in a peer-reviewed journal. In addition to this, the program also explains how a scientific research paper should be structured for success and provides some tips for a final check before you submit your manuscript to the journal.
Dr. Christina Cho, Cancer biologist, Freelance scientific and medical writer Christina Cho, PhD is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, and is investigating the molecular mechanisms driving the development and progression of colorectal and pancreatic ductal adenocarcinomas. She’s spent the last ten years working in academic research, developing a range of skills that will help her lead a research laboratory. Her skills include the ability to independently develop and execute experiments, lead research projects, teach and train junior postdocs and students, write manuscripts and grants, and give oral presentations in both intramural and extramural conferences.