You’ve chosen your journal and submitted your paper, but what happens next? Join this hour-long webinar to hear Editors-in-Chief Sabine Kastner (JNeurosci) and Mariela Zirlinger (Neuron) discuss how editors and reviewers are assigned, desk rejections, and responding to reviewer feedback. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions at registration and live during the webinar.
This webinar is part of a series from SfN Journals and Elsevier covering topics related to the publishing process.
Who can attend these webinars? This webinar is open access and registration is complimentary.
Will the webinars be available on-demand? Yes, this webinar will be available on demand 1 week from the live broadcast .
How do I access the conference on the live day? After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the event link and the option to download calendar reminders.
What are the technology requirements for attending? These webinars are hosted on Zoom Webinar. Instructions for joining and participating in a webinar can be found here.
Can I ask the presenters questions? Yes! You can submit any questions before the webinar through the registration form. During the webinar, you can submit questions through the Q&A box.
Will a certificate of attendance be offered for this event? No, SfN does not provide certificates of attendance for webinars.
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- Do not capture or publicly share details of any unpublished data presented.
- If you are unsure whether data is unpublished, check with the presenter.
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