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Disease Models & Mechanisms Reviews Editor

We are looking to recruit a Reviews Editor to work on our journal Disease Models & Mechanisms. This is a particularly exciting time to join us as we plan our celebrations in 2025. This is a full-time permanent role. Core responsibilities include commissioning, handling peer review and developmental editing of review content; representation of the journal at local and international conferences, and within the wider scientific community; and contributing to interview and editorial pieces within the journal. Please see the full job description for further details.

To apply for the position of Reviews Editor – Disease Models & Mechanisms, please email recruitment@biologists.com with your CV, a covering letter stating current salary, relevant experience and why you are enthusiastic about this opportunity, and a 400-word summary of a recent ground-breaking development in disease biology. The application deadline is 4 March 2024.

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Professional Internships for PhD Students at The Company of Biologists

2 August 2023

Erin Brown posing for a photograph in front The Company of Biologists and the slogan "supporting biologists inspiring biology".

Erin Brown recounts her recent internship experience with The Company of Biologists.

“I have been fortunate to have undertaken my Professional Internships for PhD Students (PIPS) at The Company of Biologists. The decision to choose an internship within publishing was driven by a curiosity to understand a different perspective of the academic process. From the application process to my arrival in Cambridge, I felt supported and excited with how my 12-week experience outside the lab would go.

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