390.711.01 BIOMEDICAL WRITING II
- Sarah Poynton
Introduces the process of writing peer-reviewed research papers and provides a brief overview of grant proposal writing. Emphasizes a logical organization, clear writing, and an understanding of readers' and reviewers' expectations. Students prepare selected sections of a first draft of a research paper based on their own research, and they receive feedback on their drafts through in-class discussion and written comments from the instructor.
• Construct a peer-reviewed research paper and a brief overview of grant proposal writing. • Demonstrate logical organization, clear writing, and an understanding of readers’ and reviewers’ expectations. • Describe the content that reviewers expect to see in each of the main sections of a peer-reviewed biomedical research paper. • Produce a first draft of a research manuscript for submission to a peer-reviewed biomedical journal. • Critically analyze and revise a draft of a biomedical research paper to improve its organization and style.
- Thursday 8:30 - 10:20