Scientific Writing Seminar Series
The purpose of this seminar series is to help faculty, fellows and postdocs write clear, well-organized scientific papers. The series consists of ten (10), 1-hour stand-alone sessions, each of which focuses on an important aspect of scientific writing.
Dates and subjects for the 2020-2021 monthly sessions are outlined below.
Please note: faculty, fellows and postdocs are welcome to attend every session in the series or single sessions of interest.
|9/17||Tips for Increasing your Scientific Writing Productivity|
|10/22||Planning Your Publication|
|11/19||Ethical Considerations in Authorship including how to determine authorship|
|12/3||Tips for Writing a Standard Scientific Research Paper: (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion; Abstract)|
|9/19||Tips for Increasing your Scientific Writing Productivity|
|10/24||Planning Your Publication|
|11/14||Ethical Considerations in Authorship”|
|12/12||Tips for Writing a Standard Scientific Research Paper: (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion; Abstract)|
|1/23||Developing Tables, Figures and Graphs for Your Research Paper|
|2/20||Writing effective titles and abstracts|
|3/19||Tips for Scientific Writing, with a focus on clarity/editing|
|4/23||Tips for Writing Case Reports, Commentaries and Review Articles|
|5/21||Responding to Reviewers|
|6/18||Writing and Conducting a Systematic Review|
To register for the sessions that are currently accepting registration, please register online.
Registration for sessions not currently available on our registration site will be announced in our monthly newsletters.
For more information on this seminar series, please contact Stacie Mendoza, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.