20-23 september 2017. Pécs - Hungary
Special events
Publishing Workshop - How a scientific paper is handled by a journal and what we expect in a good paper
Publishing Workshop - How a scientific paper is handled by a journal and what we expect in a good paper 2017-09-23 - 12:00-13:30
Venue: Conference Room 103
Topics to be covered: 1. How a paper is handled once submitted to a journal 2. What happens to your paper? 3. The ‘peer-review’ system 4. What the Editors do 5. What the Reviewers do 6. How to respond to Reviewers’ comments 7. Ethics of publishing (human subjects, animals, plagiarism) 8. What we expect in a good paper

Prof. Paul Bolam FMedSci                                                         

Emeritus Professor and Senior Scientist: Paul Bolam is emeritus Professor of Anatomical Neuropharmacology and emeritus Senior Scientist at the MRC Brain Networks Dynamics Unit at the University of Oxford. Paul’s research has focused on understanding the neuronal networks that constitute the basal ganglia by anatomical and combined quantitative anatomical and physiological approaches in health and in disease models, and he has published over two hundred articles on the subject.

Paul graduated in Pharmacology at Chelsea College (University of London) in 1975. He then took up a graduate studentship at King's College Hospital Medical School (University of London) and was awarded his Ph.D. in 1979. The same year, he joined the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Oxford, and remained in post until 1983 when he was awarded an MRC Senior Research Fellowship. With his arrival in Oxford, Paul changed fields of research to join a team working on the anatomy and neuropharmacology of the basal ganglia, and has continued in this field ever since. In 1985, Paul became a founder-member of the MRC Anatomical Neuropharmacology Unit. He still works closely with colleagues at the Oxford Parkinson’s Disease Centre.  He is also very active in public engagement in science, talking to school groups, patient and carer groups, and also giving public lectures.

Paul is also an Advisory Editor of Trends in Neuroscience, and a member of the editorial boards of several other journals. He has previously served as Secretary of the British Neuroscience Association, as President of the International Basal Ganglia Society, as a member of the Medical Research Council Neuroscience and Mental Health Board, and as Chair of the Research Advisory Panel of Parkinson’s UK. In 2011, Paul was elected a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and, in 2012, a Fellow of the British Pharmacological Society.

Paul is currently co-Editor in Chief of the European Journal of Neuroscience. The journal is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of developmental, molecular, cellular, systems, behavioral, and cognitive neuroscience. It was established in 1989 with Rainer Guillery (then at the University of Oxford) as the founding editor-in-chief. Currently the journal is edited by John J. Foxe (University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry) and Paul Bolam (Oxford University). The journal is published by the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies in collaboration with Wiley-Blackwell