Writing a Research Paper
Scientific Writing Course (6 session course)
The 6-week, interactive Scientific Writing Course is intended for junior faculty who are ready to begin drafting a research paper. This class combines didactic instruction with participant presentations of selected aspects of their own papers. Therefore, in order to register, participants must have obtained the data needed to develop a scientific paper. This class covers the following subjects: planning to write a research paper; writing the major sections of a scientific paper, including the Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion and Abstract; and understanding the publication process.
Target audience: Junior faculty
Publish, Don’t Perish!
How to Write and Publish a Biomedical Research Paper (½ day)
The half day workshop is targeted to all residents, fellows, grads, postdocs and junior faculty with an interest in learning how to write and publish a scientific research paper. Subjects that are addressed include:
- Understanding the Structure and Content of a Research Article (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion);
- Tips for Effective Writing;
- Successfully Navigating the Publication Process;
- and Ethical Considerations.
Target audience: Junior faculty, postdoctoral fellows, clinical fellows, residents and graduate students