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Navigating Open Access Publishing: Strategies for Minimizing Rejections

02 May, 2024 PM 1:30 — 02 May, 2024 PM 3:00 (UTC+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat   
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Each year millions of articles are rejected by publications. Even though experiencing rejection in the publishing process is a normal aspect of every researcher’s professional experience, there are ways to ensure your article and other research outputs are of the highest quality for submission, while adhering to the publication’s requirements. This workshop will look at some of the main reasons for articles being rejected at F1000 and provide tips for avoiding that fate.

This session will look specifically at open research publishing, source data, plagiarism, language issues, opinion and review, and author response. Additionally, this webinar will provide an introduction to Open Data at F1000.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your publishing journey and unlock the potential of your research outputs. Register now to secure your spot!

Information about this event :

Date: Thursday 2nd May 2024

Time: 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM GST

Location: Online Register

Tags: open research

The speakers :

Diksha Awasthi’s role is focused on nurturing partnerships and providing author support within India, South Asia, and the Sub-Saharan Africa region. Prior to joining Taylor & Francis, Diksha worked as a Fulbright Scholar and teaching assistant at the University of Utah. She has over 4 years of experience working in the education sector.

Dr Sayan Basu is the Director of Prof. Brien Holden Eye Research Centre (BHERC), Director of Centre for Ocular Regeneration (CORE), and Consultant Ophthalmologist. He is a clinician-scientist and a key opinion leader in the field of Cornea and Ocular Surface and is internationally recognized for his innovative breakthroughs in corneal stem cell therapy. In the clinic, his expertise is in managing complex and high-risk cases, particularly those with previously failed or complicated corneal or ocular surface surgeries. His specific research interests include dry eye disease, scarless corneal wound healing, biomaterials including corneal 3-D printing, and stem cell therapy, in collaboration with renowned national and international scientists. He has published more than 225 scientific papers, and his work is highly cited by researchers in the ophthalmology and visual sciences community.


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    02 May, 2024 PM 1:30 — 02 May, 2024 PM 3:00
    (UTC+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat