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|Editage Travel Grant Winners|
Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Editage Travel Grants!
From left to right:
Shanshan Xie, Editor, Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics, China
2017 Editage North American Conference Winner
In the past eight years I have worked in various jobs ranging from medical transcription and administrative to my current position of managing editor of the Birat Journal of Health Sciences. It has been a wonderful learning experience that has provided direction.
For the last four years I have been working at the medical college, it has given me the opportunity to collaborate with some of the finest intellectuals in the medical profession. My transition into managing editor for the Birat Journal of Health Sciences has allowed me to gain more industry exposure.
Journal management is challenging, I have been focused on plagiarism issues and wrote an editorial, which you can read here. It is indeed a great learning experience, and I am sure with the help of supportive organizations like ISMTE I will gain more exposure and useful industry tools.
2017 Editage European Conference Winners
Shanshan Xie is currently an in-house editor of Genomics, Proteomics & Bioinformatics (GPB), the official journal of Beijing Institute of Genomics (BIG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), and Genetics Society of China. GPB is an Open Access journal in life sciences published bimonthly by Elsevier.
Shanshan obtained her Master’s degree from the School of Medicine, Shandong University in 2010. After working in a biotechnology company for two years, she joined the editorial office of GPB in 2012. She works closely with the managing editor and the editorial board members of GPB on all aspects of the review and production processes. This includes technical check before and after peer review, overseeing the review process, manuscript proofing, as well as journal promotion. In addition, Shanshan is also actively involved in organizing conferences chaired by Editor in Chief of GPB.
Suk-Gyeong Kim had started to build her career at HANDOK/Hoechst Pharmaceutical company as a member of task force team for the factory relocation. She had continued working at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) for KEPSI Program; an academic-industrial collaboration which provides graduate students to the designated Industry (former LG Semiconductor Company, present Hynix Semiconductor Company).