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Nature Masterclasses will be held in January 29th at Kobe University

Nov 9, 2018

“Nature Masterclasses in Scientific Writing and Publishing” provided by Nature Publishing Group will be held in January, sponsored by K-CONNEX. This class will be held for researchers in Neuroscience and related fields, who are especially prospective youths who aim at submission on high-ranked journals. To induce highly interactions among trainers and participants in the class, the number of participants will be kept in only around 25 researchers.

 

Date 9:30-17:10, Tuesday 29th January 2019
Venue School & Graduate School of Medicine -Research BuildingB 2nd floor,Kusunoki Campus Kobe University
http://www.kobe-u.ac.jp/guid/access/kusunoki/index.html
Eligibility Associate and assistant professor class researchers, senior posdoc
researchers.
※The submission of your abstract is required in advance.
( See the agenda on the back.)
Number of partcipants 25 persons(first-come-first-served basis)
Research Area Neuroscience
Flyer Download(PDF)
Application/Contact Send an email with the following matters to E-mail: event-entry@port.kobe-u.ac.jp
Deadline 28th December, 2018 12:00
Affiliation(University name/Faculty name), Jobtitle, Name,E-mail address, Reason for applying

 

Angela

Angela K. Eggleston, Senior Editor, Biology, Nature

Angela is Senior Editor for biology at Nature. She holds a BSc and MSc from University of Notre Dame, and a PhD from Northwestern University. Prior to joining Nature, she undertook post-doctoral fellowships at Imperial Cancer Research Fund (Clare Hall Laboratories) and HHMI-Children’s Hospital Boston. Her areas of editorial responsibility include DNA structure and metabolism, RNA structure and metabolism, biophysics of motor proteins, and photosystems.

Fiona

Fiona Carr , Senior Editor, Nature Communications

Fiona joined Nature Communications in March 2016. She was a locum Assistant Editor for Nature Medicine in 2014 and a locum Associate Editor for Nature Reviews Neuroscience in 2015. She obtained her PhD in neuroscience from University College London to study the role of descending facilitation in rodent models of chronic pain. At Mount Sinai School of Medicine, her postdoctoral work investigated molecular mechanisms of chronic pain and addiction. Fiona manages submissions on neurodegeneration and neurological diseases, and is based in the London office.