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HDR Webinar | How to Get Published

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You're already doing the research. Now it's time to get published.

Getting published during your PhD is a great way to gain experience in the peer review process and enable your research to reach a wider audience. 

While not usually a strict PhD requirement, successfully submitting your work to an academic journal could help prepare you for postdoctoral opportunities or other early career research roles.

The MGA has invited Professor Ben Marsland, editor-in-chief of Mucosal Immunology journal, to give pointers on following topics:

  • How to choose where to publish.
  • How to write a compelling title, draft and cover letter.
  • Managing your manuscript as it moves through review.

Keen to join us? Register below to let us know!

Time: 2:00pm to 3:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)

Date: Thursday, 23 May 2024

Zoom Link:

Meeting ID: 898 7612 7407

Password: 420383

Thu 23 May

$0.00 (Student)

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