Demystifying the Review Process of Publishing

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. EST | FREE

How do you increase your ability to publish research?Begin by understanding the publishing and review process.

Join former Science Signaling Editor, Nancy R. Gough, Ph.D., as she:

  • Provides a behind-the-scenes look at the peer-review process.
  • Explains scholarly publishing.
  • Details what happens after manuscript submission to a journal.
  • Describes the roles of the editor and how in-depth reviewers are selected.
  • Sheds light on how decisions are made.

Feel confident when submitting your next research manuscript for publication.

Join us for this FREE webcast!

Presenter Information

Dr. Nancy R. Goughm PhD

Nancy R. Gough (PE) 
Scientific Communications Expert,
Author and Speaker

Nancy R. Gough is the owner and author of BioSerendipity ( After serving as the Editor of Science Signaling (a weekly journal published by AAAS), for more than 17 years, she left to start her company. She is dedicated to helping scientists communicate effectively.  Dr. Gough has a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics from the University of Maryland Medical School. After graduating, she joined Johns Hopkins University, first as a postdoctoral fellow, then as a research associate, in the lab of Dr. Douglas Fambrough in the Biology Department. She performed research in cell biology, as well as taught undergraduate and graduate courses.

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Note: This series of webcasts and courses are designed to demystify the peer review process, improve attendees’ writing skills for technical research papers and provide strategies the attendee can utilize to choose the best fit for paper submission. Participation in the webcast or purchase of this or any course in this series by no means ensures publication.