Lectures and seminars A career in scientific publishing
In this seminar, Dr Christine-Maria Horejs, Associate Editor at Nature Research, will give you some career insights from the Nature Research Group. After a short introduction, she will discuss what it’s like to work as a Reviews and Primary Research editor, which skills are required for the job and what to make of the transition from academia. Further, she’ll also give tips on the job application and interview process, including pros and cons from an editorial perspective.
Speaker: Dr Christine-Maria Horejs, Associate Editor of Nature Reviews Materials, Nature Research.
Christine received her MSc and PhD in nanobiotechnology from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, studying protein conformations and self-assembly using biophysical and theoretical approaches. She then joined the lab of Molly Stevens at Imperial College London, UK, investigating the extracellular matrix and cell–material interactions. In 2015, she moved to the Karolinska Institute, Sweden, conducting in vivo studies of anti-fibrotic biomaterials. In September 2017, she joined the Nature Reviews Materials team as an Associate Editor.
Limited number of seats.
Target groups: postdocs and PhD students.
Spots will be assigned on a first come first served basis, but priority will be given to postdocs and PhD students. This means that signing up for the event does not automatically mean that your spot is confirmed. You will receive further information on the state of your registration as the event draws nearer.