Date: June 30, 2022
Time: 1000-1100h ET
Despina Sanoudou, PhD
Publication and Training Consultant
Shannon C. Reed, MBA
Director of Community Engagement
The Electrochemical Society
Enago presents this interactive online session for research scholars in collaboration with The Electrochemical Society. The speakers share practical and effective tips on increasing research article citations and making a significant impact.
In today’s academic publishing landscape, it is as important for researchers to promote their research, as it is to publish it in a noteworthy journal. The number of citations a work receives indicates its impact on the field. An increase in the citation count undoubtedly has a positive impact on a researcher’s career. When making tenure and grant decisions, universities and funding agencies often look at the number of publications and the citation count jointly. To maximize their journals’ reach, it is important for editors to boost citations of the articles they publish.
Benefits of attending the webinar
Through this session, researchers have an improved understanding of the following:
- Importance of acknowledging sources in the manuscript
- Comprehending the significance of research promotion
- Awareness of various strategies to boost citations
- Effective use of academic and social media networks for endorsing an article
- Measuring the impact of the applied promotion strategy
Despina Sanoudou, PhD
Dr. Sanoudou is an established researcher, public speaker, published author, and award-winning medical researcher with 181 publications in renowned medical/biomedical journals. The 5190 citations she has to her credit and more than 20 research grants demonstrate the impact of her work. Dr. Sanoudou was a postdoctoral fellow as well as an instructor at Harvard Medical School. She also worked as a coordinator for an international genomics/pharmacogenomics program and Fellow with Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Genzyme. As a Publication and Training Consultant with Enago Academy, she conducts webinars and workshops to help researchers understand the nuances of academic writing and publishing. To date, Dr. Sanoudou has attended over 200 national and international conferences as an invited speaker, served as a peer reviewer for 41 international journals, and chaired several seminars. She is also on the editorial board of multiple international scientific journals. She holds a PhD in Molecular Cytogenetics from the University of Cambridge, UK.
Shannon C. Reed, MBA
Mr. Reed joined The Electrochemical Society (ECS) in September 2016 as Director of Membership Services. He was promoted to Director of Community Engagement in January 2019. At ECS, Mr. Reed works to enhance community engagement; increase the value of ECS membership; grow educational and professional development opportunities; and support constituent experiences. Prior to ECS, he held positions at the University of Houston; Sam Houston State University; and National Corporate Research, Ltd. Through his experience with academia and scholarly societies, Mr. Reed has in-depth expertise in organizational growth, community development, customer service, diversity and inclusion, and challenging the status quo. He believes that networking, continuing education, and leadership development are the keys to growing institutions, engaging communities, advancing individuals’ professional careers, and backing the scientists addressing the world’s most pressing problems. He holds a BA in Psychology and MBA.
Enago is a global leader in publication support and language services. Since 2005, Enago has fast-tracked researchers toward publication in international journals. Along with Editing/Proofreading services, Enago provides end-to-end Publication Support Services, e.g., Journal Selection, Pre-Submission Peer Review, Journal Submission, and Post-Submission Services that include Citation Booster, Statistical Analysis, and much more to speedup publication in top journals. Enago Academy, the knowledge arm of Enago, offers comprehensive and up-to-date scholarly resources for researchers, publishers, editors, and students to learn and share their experiences about research and publishing with the academic community.
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