Publishing your work for STEM and medicine research staff


What is it?

Publishing your Work for STEM research staff (early and mid-career)

Target audience:

This workshop will benefit STEM early career researchers and mid-career researchers who are new t0 writing and publishing their work in journals etc.

Programme component:

To forge a career in scientific, technical or medical research, you need to publish research papers in peer-reviewed journals. But the journal publishing system can be difficult to navigate. This one-day course will give you insider insights from a former journal editor who knows scientific journals from many angles. You will learn how to choose the right journal for your paper and get it through peer review, including what to do if it is rejected. Information on how to write and structure the paper and the abstract will also be included, and you will learn why and how to publicise your paper once it’s published.

This workshop is a practical and interactive workshop. Materials will be provided to take away with you.  Please bring with you a laptop or tablet as this is essential for the exercises.

Date & Time:

Tuesday, 21 January 2020



Anna Sharman PhD is an experienced researcher trainer who has been a biology postdoc, an in-house journal editor and a scientific publishing consultant and now runs Cofactor, a scientific training and consultancy company. She can give insider insights into how to write and publish scientific journal papers most effectively.



Gowar and Wedderburn Common Room