Some of the best advice I’ve heard about academic productivity (re: publish or perish) has also been some of the most enigmatic to me.
Kerry Ann Rockquemore, whose… 850 more words
By: Sophia Jeon, Ph.D.
Drug regulation and rare diseases
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is wedged between a rock and a hard place to decide whether or not the agency should approve the controversial drug, eteplirsen, for Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). 1,056 more words
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The recent struggles of online publishing are widely discussed. Despite many success stories and significant growth, the outlook in the media world seems to be doom and gloom, with plateauing audiences and scarce revenue.
Recently, my colleagues and I successfully published a paper which attempted to explore how models of dual process reasoning are associated with Autism Spectrum Disorders. One of these studies is an alternate version of a chapter in my current PhD thesis. 158 more words
Our already long list of papers devoted to the analysis of a replicator equation became longer with a new paper by Alexander Bratus, Volodya Posvyanskii and myself, “Solutions with a bounded support promote permanence of a distributed replicator equation,” which I… 190 more words
Peer review of scientific publications is an essential part of any academics life. It is the process in which (after having worked for months (or years) to plan a study, collect data, analyse it and write an article/paper) you submit your work to a scientific journal where it is reviewed by 2-3 reviewers who are experts in your area of research (ideally). 459 more words