Scientific Publishing Resources

The basic unit of research productivity is the published paper in a scientific journal. It is critical for research scientists to publish their research results – to advance the general field of science, to advance science in specific topics of interest, and to demonstrate scientific expertise and productivity (which is important for career advancement). The following links provide information associated with a variety of scientific publishing challenges, and will be useful to individuals who are new to scientific writing and publishing, as well as experts in this area.

Manuscript Writing Tips: In 2010, Thomas M. Annesley published a series of short articles in The Journal Clinical Chemistry on "How to Prepare and Write a Manuscript for Publication." It remains an excellent set of papers for trainees and faculty. 

  • How to Choose a Target Journal

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