All the best efforts at the laboratory bench will be wasted if you cannot properly communicate the results of your research in the form of a high quality scientific publication. The APS Women in Physiology Committee and the ASPET Committee on Women in Pharmacology co-organized a Workshop designed to mentor young scientists of both genders on developing effective tools to be able to write, review, and publish manuscripts in APS and ASPET Journals. The panelists drew on their experiences as Editors/Associate Editors of APS and ASPET Journals to provide participants with useful information on scientific writing, such as the importance of writing a clear Introduction, the differences between reiterating your results and discussing your data in the Discussion, and what reviewers look for when they read your submitted manuscript. Scientific writing and reviewing is an exciting challenge rather than a necessary chore. The target audience was graduate students,postdoctoral fellows, and junior faculty members.


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