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Preprint Community Manager

The Company of Biologists is launching a new preprint highlighting service for the biological community. We are looking for the right person to help us build and evolve this new service. Click here for more information.
The role is based in our attractive modern offices on the outskirts of Cambridge, UK.
To apply, or for more information, contact recruitment@biologists.com.
Applications should be made as soon as possible and by 8th January 2018. Late applications may be considered.

 

Digital Proofreader / Editorial Assistant

The Company of Biologists is looking for a person with the necessary skills to check/proofread articles online and oversee post-acceptance journal production. This in-house role will provide essential support for the editorial teams of our three internationally renowned, established journals. Click here for more information.
To apply, or for more information, contact recruitment@biologists.com.
Informal queries should be directed to Miriam Ganczakowski on 01223 632853.

 

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PIPS intern − Caitlin McQueen

I carried out my PIPS placement at The Company of Biologists – a decision largely driven by my interest in gaining insight into the publishing process in preparation for submitting my own articles, and also to find out more about publishing as an alternative career path after my PhD.

Katherine Brown (Development),  Caitlin McQueen (intern), Rachel Hackett (Disease Models & Mechanisms and Biology Open) and Sharon Ahmad (Journal of Cell Science).

Intern – Sarah Morson

In the autumn of 2017 I undertook my PIPs internship at The Company of Biologists, the publisher behind five major journals including Development – the journal which hosts the community site the Node. I was keen to experience the publishing side of science, and see what a non-academic career in science could be like.

Aidan Maartens (the Node Community Manager) and Sarah Morson (intern).


Visit our journal websites

Development Journal of Cell Science The Journal of Experimental Biology Disease Models & Mechanisms Biology Open

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