This is a golden age for scientific publishing, yet many professionals in the biomedical sciences find article writing difficult. This volume is here to help.
What does this book cover?
Many brilliant scientists struggle to get their work published – not because of any problems with their procedures or results, but because they find writing the papers themselves to be difficult or awkward. The 21St Century Guide To Writing Articles In The Biomedical Sciences serves as a concise, practical and easy to follow guide to writing up a research project. It covers all stages of such a project, from initial inception through to publishing online.
While this book is useful for students, it is unusual in that it is aimed more at young professionals who are already working in the field. It includes resources like:
About the Author
Dr Shiri Diskin received her PhD from Tufts University. She has been a medical writer for more than a decade, and currently works as a consultant and instructor of medical writing. She specialises in writing both articles for scientific journals and regulatory & compliance documentation. She also edits scientific manuscripts professionally.
The 21St Century Guide To Writing Articles In The Biomedical Sciences is a brilliant resource for new scientists, and for anyone who struggles to publish.