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Recognition and metrics for peer review activity: reviewercredits.com

Posted by on April 25th, 2017

In this post, I would like to introduce to “The Node” our website, reviewercredits.com, launched last July by myself and my friend Robert Fruscio. We are both physicians (I’m in critical care, he is in Gynecological oncology) and several times we chatted about peer review: we always realized how this activity is poorly recognized, despite[…]

New Reviews Editor at Development!

Posted by on December 2nd, 2014

Dear Node readers, My name is Andrea Aguilar and I am replacing Caroline Hendry, Development‘s stem cells reviews editor, during her maternity leave. To spice things up a bit, I figured I would introduce myself using this short video.     For more information on our special issue about human development, visit our web page and read this post[…]

Reviews Editor for the Journal of Experimental Biology

Posted by on November 19th, 2014

Applications are sought for the role of Reviews Editor on The Journal of Experimental Biology, based in Cambridge, UK. Joining an experienced and successful team, this newly created role is an exciting opportunity for a talented scientific editor to make a significant contribution to the leading journal in comparative animal physiology. The Journal of Experimental Biology publishes[…]

Reviews editor at Development – maternity cover position

Posted by on May 22nd, 2014

Development: Associate Reviews Editor (Stem Cells) (Maternity Cover) Based in Cambridge, UK We are currently seeking applications for the role of Associate Reviews Editor for the stem cell field at Development – as a full time maternity cover position. Joining an experienced, expanding and successful team, this is an exciting opportunity to make a significant[…]

Editorial opportunities at the Company of Biologists

Posted by on November 6th, 2012

Here at Development, and at our sister journal Disease Models and Mechanisms, we are currently advertising two editorial positions. Within the Development team, we are seeking to recruit a new Associate Reviews Editor with special responsibility for the stem cell field – reflecting the journal’s increasing visibility in that area. Further details on this exciting[…]

Scientific Editor Disease Models and Mechanisms

Posted by on November 6th, 2012

Scientific Editor Disease Models & Mechanisms Based in Cambridge, UK Joining a young journal in an expanding and important area of research, this is an exciting opportunity for a promising scientific editor to make a significant contribution to a growing open access journal serving a major new biomedical community. The journal is entering the next[…]

New Reviews Editor at Development

Posted by on November 6th, 2012

Associate Reviews Editor (Stem Cells) Development Based in Cambridge, UK Applications are sought for a new role of Associate Reviews Editor for the stem cell field at Development. Joining an experienced, expanding and successful team, this is an exciting opportunity for a promising scientific editor to make a significant contribution to one of the major[…]

New Development editor

Posted by on February 1st, 2012

As of today, a new face has joined the team of Development editors, and a familiar one is soon to be leaving us. After 6 very successful years at the journal, Ken Zaret has decided to step down: we will miss him, but we’re sure the extra time he’ll have will be put to great[…]

Development: New Executive Editor

Posted by on November 30th, 2011

I’m the new Executive Editor at Development, taking over after Jane Alfred’s eight years at the journal, and I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I’m starting here fresh off the plane from Heidelberg, Germany, where I have been working as a scientific editor at The EMBO Journal for the last three years,[…]

An Interview With Ottoline Leyser

Posted by on October 25th, 2011

(This interview originally appeared in Development.) The Sainsbury Laboratory at the University of Cambridge is a new research institute that aims to achieve an integrated understanding of plant development. Its Associate Director is the new plant Editor of Development, Ottoline Leyser, who is also Professor of Plant Development at the University of Cambridge. We recently caught[…]