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How to Write a Publishable Manuscript - Shared screen with speaker view
Emily Hyle
25:46
Please write your questions into the chat as they occur to you - we will ask them to Dr. Hirsch at the end of his presentation!
Amy Barczak
38:52
Is the information about median time from submission to publication readily available somewhere for most journals?
Raj Gandhi
45:34
Marty, thanks for your insights. You mentioned pre-print servers and how they originated in math/physics. Have pre-print servers had major effect on math/physics journals? Do you see a time when journals will play a lesser role in disseminating research findings or will the need for careful editorial oversight (especially in medicine) preserve the journals' role?
Martha Montello
51:05
Excellent presentation. Can we see a copy of these slides?
Athe Tsibris
52:33
Yes - and the presentation is being recorded and will be posted on the Harvard CFAR website as well.
Jean-Pierre Fina Lubaki
57:28
How to look for a new journal after previous rejection of a manuscript?
Jean-Pierre Fina Lubaki
58:01
Can you explain how the impact factor is calculated?
Michelle Mens
01:08:28
Thank you very much for this interesting presentation. What does it mean if a paper is rejected, but then the editor invites to submit the paper again?
Ashley Gray
01:10:01
How is co-first authorship viewed by the academic community especially for early career investigators (junior facility MDs)?
Alex Tatara
01:10:13
As a novice in the field, suggesting reviewers (which is sometimes mandatory) can be daunting. Any recommendations?
Alex Tatara
01:17:42
Thanks!!!
Raj Gandhi
01:22:26
Thanks, Marty!!
Todd Pollack
01:22:36
Thank you!
Emily Hyle
01:22:40
Thanks everyone for joining and thanks, Marty!
Raj Gandhi
01:22:44
Athe, Emily -- great job