We are pleased to announce that the next session in our Science Publishing Masterclasses series is scheduled for 26-27 September 2022 in partnership with the Université Paris-Saclay. The workshop will take place in person at the Faculté de médecine Paris-Saclay, Kremlin-Bicêtre.
The subject focus of this Masterclass will be Biomedical sciences and it is offered free of charge to young researchers and PhD students associated with the Université Paris-Saclay. The two-day session will be delivered by a specialist team led by Anne Ruimy, Senior Publishing Editor, EDP Sciences. Anne is delighted to be joined by Jean-Pierre Hardelin, Staff Scientist (CR1, Inserm) at the Institut Pasteur and member of the Médecine/Sciences journal editorial board. She will also be supported by colleagues from EDP Sciences, namely Isabelle Auffret-Babak (Editorial), Catherine Brassac (Editorial systems) and Maria Campbell (Marketing).
The scientific writing masterclass will take place over two days, with the first providing an overview of scholarly publishing and an introduction to ethics, open science, and article promotion, and the second focusing on hands-on writing, editing, and reviewing of abstracts and articles. For this, participants will use NESTOR, the new online submission system from EDP Sciences.
About Jean-Pierre Hardelin:
Jean-Pierre Hardelin is a Staff Scientist (CR1, Inserm) at the Institut Pasteur and member of the Médecine/Sciences journal editorial board. He is driven by a strong belief that hands-on training in scientific writing is of great importance, especially at the beginning of a scientific carrier. He has been sharing his experience in writing research articles with young colleagues for more than 20 years, helping them to publish their results in good scientific journals and to become autonomous writers as soon as possible. We thank him for taking the time to support this Masterclass.