BIH Lecture "Insider Advice From a Scientific Editor" by Dr. Cherilyn M. Sirois
Part of the Lecture Series "Frontiers in Translational Medicine - Scientific and Structural Challenges" on key questions of translation in medicine. Moderated by: Prof. Birgit Sawitzki (Professor for Translational Immunology, BIH) and Rosario Astaburuaga Garcia (Charité Institute of Pathology | Integrative Research Institute for the Life Sciences at HU Berlin)
What do journals really want? Do you ever wonder what the editor is thinking? Do you feel confident about what to say in your cover letter?
This seminar will help you understand how editors at Cell think about papers and give you some tips to get the most out of your communication with editors and reviewers.
Get answers to your questions about publishing!
About the Speaker
Dr. Cherilyn Sirois is currently a scientific editor at the journal Cell. She began her career as a laboratory research scientist, obtaining a PhD in Biomedical Sciences from University of Massachusetts Medical School in the United States, and completing postdoctoral work at the Centers for Therapeutic Innovation at Pfizer in Boston. A teacher at heart, Sirois was a professor of immunology and microbiology at the Universidad de Las Americas in Quito, Ecuador, and at Springfield College in Massachusetts, USA, prior to joining the editorial staff of Cell Press in 2018. She is currently based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.
Friday, 1 April 2022
12:00 – 1:00 pm
A login-link or dial-in number for the phone as well as an access code for the BIH Lecture will be provided the evening before the event.
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