Publishing Tips from Journal Editors at UCSF

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The UCSF community has a wealth of knowledge related to research and getting research results published. This month, two events sponsored by the Chancellor’s Council on Faculty Life and the Library feature three journal editors from UCSF and the University Librarian. These scholars will provide relevant insight into the important process of turning research results into a publishable journal article. These presentations aim to engage and help faculty, students, and researchers navigate the often complicated path to publishing. Both sessions will allow time for Q&A.

Publishing Insider Hints and Tips, Medical/Biomedical Journals
Jay Levy, MD, Editor for AIDS Research & Development
Jeff Tabas, MD, Section Editor for Archives of Internal Medicine
Wednesday, March 7, 4-5:30pm
Parnassus CL220 & 223

Publishing Insider Hints and Tips, Social Science Research
David Vlahov, RN, PhD, FAAN, Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Urban Health
Karen Butter, ML, University Librarian and Assistant Vice Chancellor
Wednesday, March 14, 4-5:30pm
Laurel Heights 376

Both events are open to all members of the UCSF community. For more information, contact Anneliese Taylor or Professor Robyn Gershon. Are you a journal editor? Please let us know if you'd like to speak at future events.

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