The ASNR Education Committee is pleased to announce our new webinar series! These educational offerings are free for everyone; however, ASNR members receive priority registration and access to the webinars on demand!
The next webinar will take place on February 27, 2020 from 1:00-2:00pm Central and will feature ASNR's very own Editor-in-Chief of the journal of Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, Dr. Randy Nudo!
Behind the Scenes at the Editor’s Office: Understanding the Peer Review Process to Improve your Odds of Manuscript Acceptance
Randolph J. Nudo, PhD, Editor-in-Chief,
After spending months, and often years, producing data and generating ideas from an exciting research project, the single-most important objective is to communicate findings to your peers. However, writing research papers for academic journals is very competitive. Most journals reject the majority of papers before they even go out for full review. In the end, only a small fraction can be accepted for publication. Understanding the full breadth of the peer-review process from an editor’s perspective can provide you with helpful insights that will ultimately improve your odds at getting your papers accepted. Dr. Nudo, Editor-in-Chief of Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair (NNR), shares his advice on how to write a clear and concise paper that attracts the attention of journal editors and garners interest among your peers: an opportunity to understand what editors like—and what they do not!
Dr. Nudo will discuss his own personal journey through the world of scientific publishing—from journal reader to author, reviewer and editor. He shares his experiences and strategies for deciding what goes out for review, and how he utilizes a team of associate editors to oversee manuscript reviews. You will learn the fundamentals of what happens to your paper behind the scenes while you anxiously await the results. Lastly, Dr. Nudo offers his tips on how to become an effective reviewer. Ample time is provided for specific questions that you may have regarding the peer review process.
Registration for this webinar is open to the public.
Grantsmanship: What the reviewers really think
Dr. Lang has reviewed hundreds of applications across a variety of funding mechanisms over the past decade or so. She provided general advice for how to get started planning and writing your application, as well as specific tips that will help avoid common application pitfalls.
Presented by: Catherine Lang, PT, PhD, FASNR
Moderated by Heidi Schambra, MD
I am trying to do research, but they keep asking me to do other stuff!
Translational research was never easy, but the current environment is particularly challenging for clinician-scientists. In this webinar, Dr. Dromerick discussed strategies, tactics, and tricks to maximize time and energy for research so that clinicians can obtain the research career they want.
Presented by: Alex Dromerick, MD, FASNR
Moderated by: Albert Lo, MD, PhD