High-quality reporting in scientific publications is crucial for:
- your and your team success
- applying for grants and obtaining funding awards
- advancement of research
- spreading research findings and comparing new ideas within the scientific community.
Mario Negri Scientific Writing Academy uniqueness lies in the teaching method used. Students are asked to draft a paper based on real scientific data and their progress will be discussed daily. Through a guided process of critical analysis, handling everyday practical problems and real research experience scenarios, trainees will address and complete all phases of drafting a research paper for publication. Eight fellows/session (PhD students, medical doctors, etc.) will be accepted to the scientific writing full time training course.
the tools necessary to succeed in publishing scientific papers in top international journals or to prepare a grant application
- an in-depth understanding of scientific peer-review publishing
- how to best present your work.
English -based tutorials will be mentored by Prof. Hans-Joachim Anders and several senior investigators from Mario Negri Institute. Prof. Anders has extensive knowledge of “How to and How not to Write a Paper”. He is a professor of nephrology and internal medicine at the University of Munich, Germany and has worked on several international scientific journals. The educational goals of this course are guaranteed by the well-established experience of the Mario Negri Institute in the field of training and education. The Institute has training programmes for post-graduates and diploma holders and holds a PhD programme in collaboration with the London Open University and Maastricht University (NL).
The school is located at Villa Camozzi, 19th century historical building near Bergamo. Housing and classes will be held at this location.
At Villa Camozzi is based the Clinical Research Center for Rare Diseases “Aldo e Cele Daccò”, Istituto di Ricerche Farmacologiche Mario Negri.