On Monday, a panel discussion on writing and publishing on AIDS discussed challenges and approaches to scholarly publishing with a particular eye toward junior faculty and researchers. As a follow-up to the panel’s discussion, the following resources may be useful:
- Essentials of Writing Biomedical Research Papers (2nd ed.)
- Public Library’s of Science’s Ten Simple Rules series– includes ten simple rules for getting published; getting grants; for reviewers; for selecting a postdoctoral position; for a successful collaboration; for making good oral presentations; for a good poster presentation; for doing your best research; etc.
A follow-up workshop on preparing for publication on HIV/AIDS will be held on Tuesday, December 16 from 5:30-7:30pm in Gelman Library, Room 302. This mentor-led workshop will provide hands-on help with specific paper questions and allow researchers to discuss individual challenges and roadblocks with specialized mentors. RSVP is required.