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    THE BIOMEDICAL WRITER: WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE

  • SCIENCE-BASED GUIDELINES ON WRITING IN SCIENCE

    EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WRITING, PUBLISHING, GRANTS, AND COMMUNICATING WITH THE PUBLIC IN BIOMEDICINE

    Before You Write Your Next Grant or Manuscript: Read. This. Book

    All the advice you should have received — but never have.

    • What's the single biggest mistake researchers make in submitting a manuscript to a journal?
    • Why do so many studies in medicine commit the error economists identify as the Law of Small Numbers?
    • Why do some studies get splashed across the mass media—even if they were published in obscure journals—while game-changing findings languish in obscurity?

    Learn the answers to these and dozens of other questions that can spell the difference between success and failure in obtaining grant funding and in getting articles published in top journals.

     

     

     

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    “I wouldn’t just recommend that every biomedical researcher [or] any scientific
    researcher… read this book. I would plead for them all to do so. The advice
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    enterprise… This is the best, most comprehensive primer I’ve ever seen.
    —Phil Ball
    Author, Curiosity: How Science Became Interested in Everything

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  • THE BIOMEDICAL WRITER

    WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED IN ACADEMIC MEDICINE