The Editorial Scholars will participate in (2) two virtual training sessions as part of the program. The first session will review the journal’s history, the publication process, and the team’s responsibilities (e.g., COPE guidelines for authors, reviewers, confidentiality, timeliness, ethical issues and integrity, diversity and inclusion, and metrics). Session two will introduce the peer review process, the assessment of the quality of a manuscript, and the impact on the field. The final training process will take place in person on November 15, 2023, at the SNO Annual Meeting at the Vancouver Convention Center. The in-person session will give the scholars the opportunity to hear from senior editors in the field and participate in a one-on-one workshop.
The Society for Neuro-Oncology (SNO) is committed to supporting the next generation of researchers and scholars, and the Editorial Scholars program is just one of the ways we are fulfilling that commitment to its mission.
SNO is also committed to making diversity, equity, and inclusion a critical part of our educational initiatives—in our journals, conferences, and online courses.
For more information about the Editorial Scholars Program, please contact [email protected]
Roy Strowd, SNO Career Development and Training Committee representative and AAN liaison
Macarena de la Fuente, SNO Women and Diversity Committee representative
Elizabeth Gerstner, SNO Young Investigator Committee representative
Minesh Mehta, Associate Editor for Neuro-Oncology
David Schiff, Associate Editor for Neuro-Oncology
Monika Hegi, Associate Editor for Neuro-Oncology
Jill Barnholtz Sloan, Associate Editor for Neuro-Oncology
Burt Nabors, Editorial Board Member for Neuro-Oncology
Elizabeth Martinson, Editorial Manager for Neuro-Oncology
Susan Chang, Editor-in-Chief for Neuro-Oncology
Shelley Pressley, Society for Neuro-Oncology