American Fisheries Society Webinar - Surviving Peer Review

Surviving Peer Review Webinar

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

10:00 - 11:00 am Pacific Time

Registration is free, but a limited number of seats are available!

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In this webinar, they’ll cover the basics of publishing and the peer-review process, and how to prepare and respond constructively to reviews. They’ll review the roles and responsibilities of reviewers and editors, discuss how constructive reviews can help authors achieve the goals of scientific writing, and provide recommendations for shepherding a manuscript through the revision and resubmission process.

Presenter: Jesse Trushenski

Bio: Dr. Jesse Trushenski is the Director of Animal Health and Welfare for Evaqua Farms and its sister company, Riverence. In this role, she leads fish health management for both companies, provides recommendations for improved operations, and ensures regulatory compliance.

Before joining the private sector, Trushenski was an Associate Professor at Southern Illinois University and Fish Pathologist Supervisor for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game. She holds a B.S. degree from Western Washington University and a Ph.D. from Southern Illinois University. Whether it’s fish nutrition, physiology, or health, Jesse has always been driven by the practical applications of science, going from data to information and information to action. Jesse is currently the President-Elect of the American Fisheries Society and will begin her presidency in Fall 2018.