7:05 pm - 7:25 pm - Stu Brody (University of California, San Diego)
7:25 pm - 7:45 pm - Eric Selker (University of Oregon)
7:45 pm - 7:55 pm - Marc Orbach (University of Arizona)
7:55 pm - 8:05 pm - Luis Corrochano (University of Seville)
8:05 pm - 8:30 pm - David Botstein (Calico Life Sciences)
GENETICS Peer Review Training Workshop
Tuesday, March 12, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Scripps
This workshop will provide an introduction to peer reviewing for early career researchers, including graduate students. The workshop will cover
best practices and a mock review. Becoming a better reviewer will help you to become a better author and to hone some of the skills central
to scientific success, including critical thinking, evaluating research, providing helpful feedback, and understanding the mindset and
expectations of peer reviewers and editors.
Principles and Purpose of Peer Review
Models of Peer Review
Dissecting a manuscript
The Journey of a Manuscript at GENETICS
Panel Discussion with GENETICS Editors
Assessing interest to readers
Advance registration required.
Fee: $80. Limited attendance. Sign up during the conference registration process. If you have previously registered, you can also add this event to your existing registration record here. For workshop-only signup, use this link.
Friday, March 15, 12:15 pm - 1:15 pm, Chapel
Lost in publication? Not ready to publish yet, but curious about the peer-review process? Students and postdocs are invited to join journal
editors, including editors and editorial staff from the GSA journals GENETICS and G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics, to discuss
the ins-and-outs of getting your articles published. All questions welcome!
Judith Berman, G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics
Louise Glass, GENETICS
Joe Heitman, PLOS Biology, PLOS Pathogens, PLOS Genetics
Mark Johnston, GENETICS
Nancy Keller, Fungal Genetics and Biology
Advance registration preferred. Sign up during the conference registration process. If you have previously registered, you can also add this event to your existing registration record here.
Student and postdoc member benefit: Invite poster viewers
Amplify your work and seek expert feedback by inviting specific scientists to attend your poster presentation.
Graduate student, and postdoctoral GSA members may invite up to three scientists to attend their poster.
You may invite faculty, industry researchers, or fellow early career researchers, but we suggest inviting individuals already registered for this meeting or who are located in the region.
Please note that GSA cannot guarantee meeting attendance of any particular person.
GSA will reach out to these scientists and invite them to attend the meeting and your poster.
Your abstract and contact details will be included in the invitation.
Student and postdoc members: Application Deadline February 26, 2019