A journal editorial board with early career researchers?
- When we spoke earlier, you talked about “Capturing research waste”. What does that mean? 02:28
- Another unique feature is your editorial board with early career researchers. What are the advantages of having such a unique editorial board? 04:28
- Access Microbiology is an open access journal publishing atypical content. How do your authors get funding for this type of content? 13.00
- Finally, what changes did you need to make in your organization to fit Access Microbiology with the other journals in your portfolio? 16.55
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Tasha Mellins-Cohen is the Director of Technology and Innovation at the Microbiology Society. The Microbiology Society is a membership charity for scientists interested in microbes, their effects and their practical uses.It is one of the largest microbiology societies in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools. Tasha has over 18 years of experience in scholarly communications. She has a deep appreciation for the changing pressures on publishers, funders, researchers and research institutions, and is keen to find ways to help all parties work together. Tasha is a self-confessed geek who believes that technology has only just begun to make its mark on the scholarly communications community. She is a founder member of the Society Publishers' Coalition, a member of the COUNTER Executive, and Chair of the ALPSP Education Committee.
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