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 Volume 9, Issue 10 — November 2016

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Increasing Awareness, Providing Resources

by Meghan McDevitt 

Article title: "Increasing Awareness, Providing Resources"
Authors: Meghan McDevitt
Publication date: November 1, 2016
Volume 9, Issue 10, page 1  



   Institutional Publications Officers: Part of the Solution to
Improve Biomedical Reporting?
by Kelly Cobey, PhD

Article title: "Institutional Publications Officers: Part of the Solution to Improve Biomedical Reporting?"
Author:  Kelly Cobey, PhD
Publication date:  November 1, 2016
Volume 9, Issue 10, page 2
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2016.9.10.1

In her article, Kelly Cobey introduces a new way to support researchers and students before manuscripts are submitted. The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute’s Publications Officer position provides outreach and resources ranging from navigating the journal submission and peer review process to creating awareness about changes in the publication landscape.


Cell Line Contamination and the Managing Editor
by Carolyn Sperry     

Article title: "Cell Line Contamination and the Managing Editor"
Author: Carolyn Sperry
Publication date: November 1, 2016
Volume 9, Issue 10, page 5
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2016.9.9.3 

Carolyn Sperry interviews Amanda Capes-Davis, chair of the International Cell Line Authentication Committee (ICLAC), about contaminated cell lines and what Managing Editors can do to make sure their authors are not submitting research based on corrupted cell lines. Amanda explains that awareness is key and provides several resources for cell line information. Increasingly, journals are adding cell line requirements to their author guidelines and this should be considered best practice.


Preview of the 2nd Annual Asia-Pacific Conference
by Jennifer Deyton    

Article title: "Preview of the 2nd Annual Asia-Pacific Conference"
Author:  Jennifer Deyton
Publication date: November 1, 2016
Volume 9, Issue 10, page 8
Article DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18243/eon/2016.9.10.3 

Jenn Deyton offers a preview of the 2nd annual ISMTE Asia-Pacific Conference to be held in Beijing next March. Topics from the preliminary program include ORCID and other standards, Open Access, and best practices in the Editorial Office.


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