FENS Friday webinar “Handling, review and publication of EJN manuscripts”

06 May 2021

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What are the requirements to publish with EJN? What happens to your paper once it has been submitted? Whether a first-time or long-time submitter, this FENS Friday webinar will provide you with all the necessary information to publish in EJN.

During this webinar, Editors from the European Journal of Neuroscience will discuss various topics related to submission, handling and peer-review of scientific articles published in European Journal of Neuroscience. The presentations will include discussions of rigor, reproducibility and statistical analyses of data, and expectations of fair, rigorous and ethical peer-reviews of submitted articles. A 15-minutes Q&A session will follow the presentations.

Registration* is now open. (Free event – limited number of places)

Full programme and more information 

Date & Time

Friday 4 June, 3-4:15 pm CEST

Programme

  • Introduction – John Foxe, EJN Editor-in-Chief
    General overview of the EJN publication process, goals of the webinar
  • Handling of manuscripts submitted to EJN – Antoine Adamantidis, EJN Senior Editor
    How are your manuscripts handled? What is the review and publication process?
  • Rigor in presentation and statistical analyses of data presented in EJN manuscripts –  Guillaume Rousselet, EJN Section Editor
    What are the EJN requirements about presentations and statistical analyses of quantitative data presented in the manuscripts?
  • Review process of manuscripts submitted to EJN – Paola Bovolenta, EJN Senior Editor
    What are the expectations of the reviewers?
  • Ethics of peer-review evaluation of manuscripts submitted to EJN – Yoland Smith, EJN Senior Editor
    Discuss ethical issues related to rigor, reproducibility and peer-review of EJN manuscripts
  • Q&A and Concluding Remarks – John Foxe, EJN Editor-in-Chief

About this event

This event is organised by the European Journal of Neuroscience (EJN) as part of the FENS Friday series.
EJN is the journal of FENS and in free access to all FENS members.