(KINGSTON CHAPTER) Building Your Best CV: Tips and Tricks for Publishing and Grant Writing
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Join the S2BN Kingston for a two-event series on Scientific Writing. This second and last session will give you an overview of the best practices for publishing and grant writing, directly from those involved in the writing and peer-review processes.
- Understand the processes associated with peer-reviewed publication and grant funding
- Learn strategies on how to effectively communicate your findings and publish your work in high-impact journals
- Understand what grant reviewers and review committees are looking for in a fundable research proposal
Dr. Lynne Postovit, Professor and Head, Queen's University & CIHR Panel Reviewer
Dr. Trevor Lane, Publishing Consultant
Born and educated in the United Kingdom, Dr Lane is a publishing consultant and has nearly 25 years of experience helping authors communicate their research findings in journals, conferences, reports, proposals, and social and mass media. He has a broad background in the biomedical sciences, having graduated with an MA in Biochemistry and Chemical Pharmacology and a DPhil in Physiological Sciences (cancer research) from the University of Oxford. He held postdoctoral research positions in clinical oncology and genetics in Hong Kong, after which he served in a variety of senior editorial and publishing roles in medical and social science journals in Asia and the United States. From 2005 to 2015, he taught research communication and publishing ethics at The University of Hong Kong and from 2015 to 2018, he was Education Director and Senior Publishing Consultant at Edanz Group, Japan. Dr Lane currently serves as an elected Council Member of the Committee on Publication Ethics. He holds a Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages from Trinity College London and a Postgraduate Certificate in English Language Teaching from the University of Reading.
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