Speed Reviews
Are you planning to submit a paper to Journal of Neurochemistry? Do you have questions about how to improve your project? Come get answers to your questions at the 2021 ISN-APSN Meeting Speed Review Session in Kyoto!

What is a Speed Review Session?
A speed review is an opportunity to sit down and talk to a senior editor at JNeurochem about your manuscript or project idea.  You’ll get 10-15 minutes to discuss any concerns or clarify any doubts, and to receive general feedback on your project or manuscript submission by one of our Editors. We will try to match your topic as closely as possible to the expertise of our volunteer “mentors”. You don’t need a full draft manuscript to participate. A figure or a description of a key finding will suffice to center the discussion. If you do have a full manuscript or close-to-finalized draft, you are of course, welcome to bring it for discussion. To allow our editors time to prepare for the meeting, we will ask you to provide the material (summary, draft) several weeks in advance of the meeting.

Should you decide to participate, there is no obligation to submit to JNeurochem. We provide these sessions gladly as a service to our community.

Where and when will the Speed Review Session be held?
Date: Thursday 8th August
Time: 12:30-14:00h

Are there any costs involved?
We offer the Speed Review session slots free of charge to any participant of the ISN Biennial Meeting in Montreal.

How do I sign up?
If you’d like to participate, please indicate your interest by checking the corresponding box during the registration process. Here is the link to register for the meeting. Once registration is complete, the JNeurochem’s Editorial Office will follow up with further instructions.

If you have already registered and missed signing up for the Speed Review session, please send a message to JNC-CE@ukaachen.de

Within a few weeks, we will contact you so that you can provide us with your name, affiliation, email, and the subfield that best fits your work. You should have either a figure, a brief description of your finding, or a concise summary of your manuscript ready to upload. This material will help our Senior Editors prepare to give you the best advice possible.


CLOSES  APRIL 18, 2019 (Deadline extended)