About this Special Issue
The BJBS Publishing Prize - Calling all biomedical Scientists at the start of their research career
The British Journal of Biomedical Science is excited to announce a new award for biomedical Scientists at the start of their research career*. The BJBS Publishing Prize aims to inspire biomedical scientists at the start of their research careers to submit their research to the journal.
The BJBS Publishing Prize is awarded by the Journal to the lead author for the best Original Research or Review paper published in the British Journal of Biomedical Science. If you would like to be considered for this award please submit your manuscript to this Special Issue. Submissions covering any aspect within the scope of the journal are welcome however the Editorial Board particularly welcomes submissions on:
· The microbiome
· Cardio-vascular disease
· Infectious diseases
· Technological advances
If you intend to submit/or have submitted a manuscript to a different Special Issue but would still like to be considered please simply email the Editorial Office.
The winner of the BJBS Publishing Prize will receive a year’s free membership to the IBMS which includes free publication in the journal, the winning author will be featured in the Biomedical Scientist magazine and will be considered for a talk at the proceeding IBMS Congress. If selected to give a talk at the proceeding IBMS Congress the author will receive free registration to the congress for the day of their talk. The winner will also be presented with the award at a suitable occasion such as at the IBMS Congress, Branch meeting or similar.
Deadline - To be considered please submit your manuscript by 1 July 2024.
Any questions? Please email the Editorial Office.
IBMS members can benefit from a full waiver of the APC and should email the Editorial Office with their IBMS membership reference number prior to submission of the manuscript to confirm their waiver.
*less than five years post- Professional Doctorate or PhD according to the date of your graduation certificate. Reasonable exceptions will be considered (e.g. for parental leave or a substantial shift in research area).
Keywords: Cancer, The microbiome, Cardio-vascular disease, Infectious diseases, Technological advances