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Scientific Publishing Do's and Don'ts for Authors and Reviewers: A collection of four articles addressing the science of writing and reviewing that is essential to every investigator's career success. The articles are based upon presentations made during the Publications Committee-sponsored symposium at the 96th AAI Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.

The articles include

  • Dos and Don'ts for Writing a Scientific Manuscript, based on a presentation by Pamela J. Fink, Ph.D., Professor, University of Washington and former Deputy Editor for The Journal of Immunology
  • The Appropriate Use of Statistics in the Biological Sciences, based on a presentation by Pamela A. Shaw, Ph.D., Mathematical Statistician for the Biostatistics Research Branch, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, NIH
  • The Ethics of Scientific Publishing, based on a presentation by Jeremy M. Boss, Ph.D., Chair, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Emory University School of Medicine, and Editor in Chief for The Journal of Immunology
  • How to Be a Valued Reviewer, based on a presentation by JoAnne L. Flynn, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

In the Lion's Den: The Manuscript Review Process and How to Survive It: A collection of articles outlining steps in the manuscript review process and offering insights into how understanding them can help authors anticipate and address reviewers' expectations. The articles are based on presentations made during the Publications Committee-sponsored symposium at the IMMUNOLOGY 2011™ Meeting in San Francisco, CA. The articles include


The "Pillars of Immunology" feature in The Journal of Immunology presents commentaries on published articles that have come to be regarded as classics in the field, along with republication of the original article. To date, articles published from 1953 to 1997 have been featured, affording younger immunologists the opportunity to see what research has come before and how it has led to research today. Additional "Pillars" will be featured from these and other eras in the first issue each month of The Journal of Immunology. As part of its centennial celebrations The American Association of Immunologists is pleased to present the collected "Pillars of Immunology" commentaries in a downloadable format here.

 


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