2020
March 26th
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Career Development Course

Writing a scientific paper

26 March 2020

THIS COURSE HAS BEEN POSTPONED, ITS NEW DATE WILL BE ANNOUNCED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

 

For one whole day you will receive advice on writing a paper, from an analysis of titles and abstracts, to adapting your language to the audience, writing in good English and structuring your paper

 

 

Course in English
Registration deadline

Presentation

Objectives

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Workshops

IMPORTANT TO PARTICIPANTS

You should bring:

  • a computer, a memory stick, and paper/pens;
  • an article on which to work on during the workshop; ideally, this should be their own article or part of a paper in progress. If this is not possible, please bring a published work from some other author.

Personal work

IMPORTANT TO PARTICIPANTS

You should bring:

  • a computer, a memory stick, and paper/pens;
  • an article on which to work on during the workshop; ideally, this should be their own article or part of a paper in progress. If this is not possible, please bring a published work from some other author.

Practical information

Details

IMPORTANT TO PARTICIPANTS

You should bring:

  • a computer, a memory stick, and paper/pens;
  • an article on which to work on during the workshop; ideally, this should be their own article or part of a paper in progress. If this is not possible, please bring a published work from some other author.
Informations pratiques détaillées

IMPORTANT TO PARTICIPANTS

You should bring:

  • a computer, a memory stick, and paper/pens;
  • an article on which to work on during the workshop; ideally, this should be their own article or part of a paper in progress. If this is not possible, please bring a published work from some other author.
Selection result
23 March 2020
There is no registration fee for this course
Location
Institut Curie - Bâtiment de Biologie du Développement - Amphithéâtre
11 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie
75005, Paris - France

Max. number of

25 people

Participants

25 participants

Selection criteria

Selection is on the first come, first served basis.

Speakers

Speakers

Andrew Moore (Editor in Chief, BioEssays, Weinheim, Germany)

Andrew Moore's background is in molecular biology (PhD from the MRC-LMB, Cambridge, 1998), but he decided that his knowledge of biology and interest in communicating could be turned to good use in the support of scientists, rather than working in a lab himself. From 1999 to 2008, he was Programme Manager for Science & Society at EMBO, and contributing editor for the journal EMBOreports, At EMBO he developed activities ranging from stakeholder conferences, and education workshops for teachers, to media communication workshops for scientists. He has worked in the Wiley publishing group since 2008, and is the Editor-in-Chief of the journal BioEssays, and of the Wiley Researcher Academy.

Keynote speakers

Cette liste d'intervenants n'est pas définitive

Organisation

  • Training Unit