★Oct. 5 18:00-19:00<br>The Structure of Biomedical Research Articles
- The Structure of Biomedical Research Articles -
|Careful writers of journal articles describing biomedical research should have a thorough understanding of the structure of such reports. This presentation will describe the most common structures for clinical and basic biomedical research articles, detail the requirements for each section, and highlight common problems encountered by writers.|
*This seminar will be recorded, and the video will be available on the WebClass.
|Date and Time||October 5, 2018, 18:00-19:00|
|Venue||Active Learning Room = "アクティブラーニング教室" (M&D Tower 4F)|
(Cactus Communications K.K. / Academic publication trainer & consultant)
He is a specialist in biomedical communications for pharmaceutical companies, journals, and authors. His professional focus is helping researchers whose first language is not English to reach a larger audience.
After receiving a BA in history from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Mr.David relocated to Japan and has been working with biomedical researchers there and in other countries for more than 20 years. Mr.David obtained his certification as an Editor in the Life Sciences in 2005. In addition, he has extensive experience as an instructor in English reading and writing and English for Medical Purposes: he was a member of the Toho University Faculty of Medicine for 14 years and has held faculty appointments at top universities in Japan, including The University of Tokyo and Keio University School of Medicine. Mr.David has long been involved in biomedical publishing and has served as language editor for several journals in Japan, including the Journal of Epidemiology.
Mr.David has written and presented on English education in Japanese medical universities, medical terminology, and professional development for biomedical communicators and is coauthor of the Medical English Listening Course for ALC NetAcademy. He is a member of the American Medical Writers Association, the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences, and the Japan Society for Medical English Education.
|Content||・Common formats for the abstract|
・IMRaD and IRDaM
・The Introduction: Purpose, format, length, and potential problems
・Methods: What the reader expects
・Reporting the results of clinical and basic research
・The Discussion: What does it all mean?
|Video||Please access WebClass.|
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|Sponsor||URA Division, Research University Promotion Organization|
|Contact Information||Books and journals clerk|