A day in the life of a clinical scientist

I know that many of you out there are 'in the 'hood' with respect to writing and reviewing manuscripts. For the rest of you, here are some reviews we got on a paper concerning the development of CRPS.  I have had to remove some bits because they give away the journal and the study, which we will resubmit somewhere else. However, I think they are … [Read more...]

Peer review picks a pack of pickled papers

I can only speak for myself, but the idea of peer review usually fills a researcher with the diametrically opposed feelings of fear of failure and a genuine excitement that the imminent suggestions will help one’s paper shine. It doesn’t help that the time of judgment usually comes after one has spent countless hours working on presenting an … [Read more...]