2023 Editor Apprenticeship Program
Deadline for nominations: extended to January 6th, 2023
The Editors-in–Chief of Pediatric Research are excited to announce our fifth year of the Editorial Apprenticeship program. This program is designed for mid-career interested researchers to gain experience and develop skills necessary for membership on an editorial board. Dr. Bearer and Dr. Molloy will be selecting two individuals each year to participate in this program. The selectees will be invited to join the Editorial Board meeting at a PAS meeting and/or an EAPS/jENS meeting, travel expenses covered. Exemplary Editorial Apprentices may be invited to join the Editorial Board after their completion of the apprenticeship program.
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
1. Academic rank at the Associate Professor Level or higher
2. Has published more than 10 peer reviewed articles
3. Has reviewed for Pediatric Research (a. Alternately: has reviewed more than 10 articles (We encourage submission of your Publons Report))
4. Membership in APS, ESPR, or SPR preferred
Some Responsibilities include:
1. Attending calls with the Editors in Chief and Editorial Office
2. Assisting with setting the runlist and Editor's Focus for journal issues
3. Handle manuscripts at the Associate Editor level
Please submit any questions or nominations detailing the above information and CV to email@example.com and note that the nomination is for the 2023 Editor Apprenticeship Program.
Annual Review Issue 2024– Call for Proposals
Deadline for nominations: extended to December 30th, 2022
The Editors-in-Chief of Pediatric Research announce the topic of the 2024 Annual Review Issue, entitled "Emerging and Re-Emerging Viral Threats."
Pediatric Research is preparing its Annual Review Issue with the topic, "Emerging and Re-Emerging Viral Threats". The past decade has seen the emergence of new viruses which cause disease in children such as COVID-19 and MIS-C, viruses such as Zika that became newly identified as a teratogen, and others that are re-emerging as the globe warms, such as West Nile Virus. Some viruses have just been overlooked, such as LCMV and are likely responsible for more infections than recognized. This issue will pull together recent information on causes, pathophysiology, treatment and outcomes of these viral threats to children.
This is an excellent opportunity for junior faculty to pair up with senior mentors to develop these reviews! Please note that standard publication page fees are waived for manuscripts included in the Annual Review Issue.
Letters of intent should include a proposed title and be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline. Please include "ARI 2024 Proposal" in the subject line. If proposal is accepted, initial manuscript drafts will be due April 1st, 2023.