BMIF 6321 Scientific Communication
BMIF 6321 Scientific Communication.
The course will enhance students’ skills in written and oral scientific communication. An introductory segment covers categories of scientific writing, the peer review process, and ethical issues in research communication. Through a two-semester sequence, it provides direct, hands-on experience in writing papers, abstracts, and grant proposals; critiquing and copy editing; and, preparing and giving presentations for scientific meetings.
The course is co-directed by Dr. S. Trent Rosenbloom and Sharon E Davis.
BMIF 6321, section 01, Fall Semester – course materials:
- DBMI BMIF 6321a-2019 Curriculum
- Week 1 – Overview and Introduction to Scientific Communication – Homework 1
- Labor day, no class – Homework 2
- Week 2 – Types and Structure of Manuscripts
- Week 3 – Coherence of Manuscripts
- Week 4 – Ethics of Publication (supporting files)
- Week 5 – Submitting a Manuscript
- Week 6 – Manuscript Editorial Handling and Peer Review Processes
- Week 7 – Oral Presentation