SWE Webinar: Writing for Publication

The holidays are around the corner, but before you head off into finals and break, we have one more webinar this year that will help you get tackle the challenges of graduate school.

Pressured to write papers and don’t know how to get started? Learn to knock down the barriers to publishing research. Topics covered include: the purpose of a publication, choosing a journal, authorship issues, planning; parts of the paper and their importance, display of data, and specifics of effective scientific writing. This is part 1 from a popular talk at WE13 and we’re giving folks who were not able to make it a chance to attend.

Webinar Date: 10AM ET on Wednesday December 4th

Speaker Bio:

Donna L. Vogel, M.D., Ph.D. is the Director of the Professional Development Office,Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College, and the Medical Scientist Training Program at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her Ph.D. is in developmental biology, and her clinical subspecialty is endocrinology. She worked at NIH for 25 years, initially as a clinical fellow conducting clinical and basic research. Dr. Vogel managed a grant  program for 13 years, and then became the first Director of an office dedicated to enhancing the professional experience for postdoctoral fellows. She joined the Professional Development Office in 2007. She has an ongoing interest in career development and mentoring for students, postdocs, and early-career scientists.

Registration Link: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/310582426


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