Writing Sessions

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How to write a Scientific Article: Webinar with Prof Gian Paolo Fadini

Save the date: Monday 6th September 2021 – 16.00 CET 

The ECCR’s Early Career Researchers (ECR) are organizing an exciting educational programme called “Writing Sessions”. Our guests are well recognized scientists, highly experienced in mentoring and scientific writing.

Each session will discuss a different aspect in scientific writing, including:

  1. How to write a scientific article
  2. How to write a critical review
  3. How review a scientific article
  4. How to write a grant application

Our First session will be on the topic “How to write a scientific article” with the speaker Professor Gian Paolo Fadini on Monday the 6th of September 2021.

Dr Fadini is Associate Professor of Endocrinology and Metabolism at the University of Padova. Dr. Fadini has published >280 articles and is Associate Editor for atherosclerosis and the Journal of Endocrinological Investigation, former board member of Diabetes, and Clinical Science, and reviewer for (among others): Circulation, Circulation Research, J Am Coll Cardiol, ATVB, Stem Cells, Stroke, Diabetologia, Diabetes Care, European Heart Journal, Nutrition Metabolism & Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetic Medicine, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice.

Registration is FREE! Please click on the button below to register your place today! 

For more information, please get in touch with us:

Dr Francisco Rios (Francisco.Rios@glasgow.ac.uk)
Dr Marta Gil-Ortega  (mgortega@ceu.es)
Dr Giacomo Rossito (giacomo.rossitto@unipd.it)

We look forward to seeing you on Monday 6th September! 

Coming up

How to write a scientific article: Webinar with Prof Gian Paolo Fadini. Monday 6th September 2021 – 16.00 CET

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