Experiential Live Edit: How to improve Biomed manuscripts
Webinar on expert techniques for error-free manuscripts
What will you learn?
- You will gain insights into what editors look for in a research manuscript
- You will understand the differences between key sections of a manuscript
- You will experience the editing process through the eyes of an editor
- You will also learn what to include in specific sections of your manuscript
A well-written manuscript is sure to impress journal editors and increase your chances of acceptance. But preparing a paper that is devoid of language errors, is well structured, and diligently follows every journal guideline, is a challenge that even seasoned researchers must face. This webinar will help you look for answers on how to avoid common errors while preparing your manuscript for submission. This insightful live edit webinar will be led by a senior editor who has reviewed and edited over 1,000 papers. In this exciting session, our editor will take you through an actual Biomed research manuscript, highlight the potential problem areas, and give you insider tips and guidelines to enhance the overall readability of the manuscript.
Suzana Fonseca has a background in Biotechnology and has been with Editage for almost 7 years. She has extensive experience supporting ESL authors to help them make their research known to the world. She has rich experience in editing manuscripts from various fields such as molecular biology, pharmacology, toxicology, genetics, animal behavior, marine biology, and ecology. She has mentored and trained several senior editors and has played a significant role in setting up a team of managing editors, 70 in-house editors, and 800+ freelance editors and scientific reviewers, who have distinguished themselves in their respective fields of research in epidemiology, nursing, cardiology, plastic surgery, radiology, neuroscience, oncology, genetics, microbiology, taxonomy, pharmacokinetics, drug discovery, regulatory science, agricultural science, ecology, botany, and animal and marine science. She currently oversees delivery and quality for the Medicine, Life Sciences, and Earth and Environmental Science teams.