Tips for Getting Your Research Published in Academic Journals
Doors open at 12 p.m. for networking and the serving of a light lunch and beverages.
Wondering about the best approach to take to get published in academic journals? Been turned down, and thinking about revising and resubmitting?
Publishing in academic journals contributes to the valuable exchange of ideas and is a critical component of any researcher’s career. However, writing for academic journals is highly competitive and can often be a mysterious process. In this presentation, Dr. John Amory will leverage his experience as an Associate Editor and Editorial Board Member and from the publication of 120 peer-reviewed articles to shine a light on the publication process and provide valuable tips on how to get published. His presentation will cover a range of topics, including how to: select an appropriate journal; navigate the publication process, avoid common mistakes; and respond to reviewer feedback.
Dr. John Amory is a Professor and Section Head of General Medicine at the University of Washington. He is also the Director of the ITHS KL2 Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Career Development Program.
By attending this event, you will learn how to:
- How to decide where to submit your article
- Understand what qualities editors are looking for in an article
- Understand what happens after you submit an article to a journal
- How to respond to reviewers to increase your chance of acceptance
- What to do if your article is rejected
Dr. Amory obtained his M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco where he also completed his residency in internal medicine. He is currently a professor of medicine and section head of general internal medicine at the University of Washington, where he works as an attending physician in the inpatient medicine wards and in the General Internal Medicine Clinic. Dr. Amory’s research interests are the development of novel forms of male contraception and new approaches to the treatment of men with infertility. Dr. Amory has published 120 peer reviewed papers in the field of male reproduction and holds current funding from the NIH grant for contraceptive research.