Join the BrightTALK forensic science community for access to online forensics training from respected professionals in the field. Study forensic science online to learn necessary skills for trace evidence in forensics, liquid and gas chromatography and sample preparation. You can also attend live webinars to interact with forensic scientists and have your questions answered.
Heather Van Epps, Editor-in-Chief The Lancet RheumatologyRecorded: Jun 4 202069 mins
Hear Heather Van Epps, Editor-in-Chief of The Lancet Rheumatology, to learn about techniques and strategies for preparing your paper to submit to high-impact journals.
Heather shares her experiences working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle. You can expect to learn about how to develop papers for submission to publications like the Lancet family of journals.
Due to high engagement, we're making the webinar recording available to you. And don't forget to download your manuscript checklist from the resources section.
Dan Hill, Manufacturing Scientist at Biogen and Maryann Cuellar, Life Science Product Manager at Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc.Recorded: Jun 3 202090 mins
The use of in-line Raman spectroscopy as an in-line process analytical technology (PAT), in the biotechnology industry, has matured over the past decade from a technology with promise to a standard tool for real-time, continuous monitoring of cell culture processes. There is an ever-growing body of work demonstrating successful application from metabolite and product quality monitoring to process control in both process development and GMP manufacturing environments. This is due, in part, to advances in technology robustness, user- and integration-interfaces, improved sensitivity, and fluorescence rejection. Organizations are now faced with the difficult task of best leveraging these tools and extracting the most value from them. Thus, defining and executing Raman program strategy is critical to the technology’s long-term success and sustainability.
This presentation will describe Biogen’s past efforts and strategic direction as it relates to in-line Raman spectroscopy for cell culture operations and how we intend to leverage its capability beyond metabolite monitoring and glucose feedback control to become an essential element of our Advanced Process Control efforts.
Dr. Patricia Robin McCartney, Associate Editor, Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal NursingRecorded: May 28 202048 mins
Learn more about the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing from Dr. Patricia Robin McCartney, Associate Editor. In this engaging webinar, Dr. McCartney will share information about JOGNN, the JOGNN audience, and what to consider before submitting your manuscript for publication consideration in JOGNN. You will learn about the criteria for reporting clinical projects in manuscripts for the Health Care Improvement and Evaluation category. Dr. McCartney will also provide advice on preparing your manuscript, editorial style, the publishing process, and resources available to support authors.
This webinar includes the opportunity to ask questions during the Q&A session. Don’t forget to extend the invite to your colleagues and friends who may find this of interest.
About JOGNN (Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing):
JOGNN is an official journal of the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses, and a premier resource to advance the health and health care of women, childbearing families, and newborns through the publication of peer-reviewed nursing and interdisciplinary scholarship. With a focus on nursing practice, JOGNN publishes the latest research, reviews, methods, clinical projects, practice issues, case reports, commentaries, resources for evidence-based practice, and policies related to the care of women, childbearing families, and newborns. This peer-reviewed scientific and technical journal is highly respected for groundbreaking articles on important - and sometimes controversial - issues. Articles published in JOGNN emphasize research evidence and clinical practice, building both science and clinical applications. JOGNN seeks research and clinical manuscripts on the evidence supporting current best practice as well as developing or emerging practice trends.
Kelsey Hatzell, Yifei Mo, and Nella Vargas-BarbosaRecorded: May 28 202088 mins
The importance of more than 40 years of research on lithium-ion batteries was recognized with the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. As the world is moving toward electrification and the greater use of renewable energy, the question that researchers have been looking to answer is what is the next lithium-ion battery? In this session, three early career researchers who are helping to shape the future of battery research will provide their perspectives on solid-state batteries. The talks will address crucial aspects of developing solid-state batteries, ranging from materials discovery to operando characterization. This webinar aims to highlight innovative work that has the potential to shape the direction of future battery research and development.
About the speakers:
Kelsey Hatzell is an assistant professor in mechanical and chemical engineering at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA. Her research group focuses on understanding transport at solid|solid and solid|liquid interfaces for a range of applications related to energy storage, conversion, and separations applications.
Yifei Mo is an associate professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park, USA. Dr. Mo’s research aims to advance the understanding, design, and discovery of engineering materials through cutting-edge computational techniques, with current emphases on new materials for energy storage and conversion.
Since January 2019, Nella Vargas-Barbosa is a junior group leader in the nanochemistry department at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research in Stuttgart, Germany. Her research interests focus on the electrochemical characterization of interfaces with applications in energy storage and conversion.
Former White House National Security CISO and CIA Cyber Security Officer, Matt Ashburn;Recorded: May 27 2020102 mins
Authentic8 and the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS) host an educational deep-dive into the Dark Web over Dark Beers! Authentic8’s Special Services team and Chainalysis Head of Research will take you through:
- Navigating a financial dark web investigation
- OSINT tools for investigating cryptocurrency
- Case study connecting scams with blockchain analysis
- Using Pastebin for fraud research
- Types of fraud that have increased as a result of the pandemic
- Techniques for tackling the impact of COVID-19’s work from home restrictions
Meet the Presenters:
- Former White House National Security CISO and CIA Cyber Security Officer, Matt Ashburn; National Security Engagement Lead, Authentic8
- Head of Research, Kimberly Grauer, Chainanalysis Inc.
- Award-winning financial crime analyst, Nicholas Finnberg, OSINT training specialist, Authentic8
- 20 year veteran of IT and security solutions, Mike Burwick, Director of Sales Engineering, Authentic8
- Author and Event host Brian Kindle, VP Product Development, Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists (ACFCS)
Lea Nienhaus, Raffaella Buonsanti, and Bozhi TianRecorded: May 27 2020114 mins
The interactions between light and matter have been widely studied for applications in energy, bioelectronics, and catalysis, among others. These applications are heavily reliant on precise synthesis and materials characterization in order to fundamentally understand the physics, chemistry, and biology that drive the observed phenomena.
In this webinar, Lea Nienhaus, Raffaella Buonsanti, and Bozhi Tian discuss their efforts in studying light/matter interactions from different disciplinary backgrounds. In addition to their scientific insights, they will speak about their ongoing broader engagement with the scientific community and strong advocacy for mentoring, outreach, and science communication. Specifically, during a panel discussion, they will address how they have tried to keep engaged during this time away from the lab.
About the speakers:
Lea Nienhaus, Assistant Professor, Florida State University
Lea Nienhaus obtained her PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Since 2018, the Nienhaus group has pioneered the application of bulk perovskite sensitizers in photon upconversion, and they are currently working on unraveling the complex photophysical processes occurring in these devices.
Raffaella Buonsanti, Assistant Professor, EPFL
Raffaella Buonsanti started her position as Tenure Track Assistant Professor at the Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering (ISIC) of the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in November 2015. Through their core expertise in colloidal synthesis, her team develops novel approaches to creating complex materials to drive chemical transformations.
Bozhi Tian, Associate Professor, University of Chicago
Bozhi Tian received his Ph.D. degree in physical chemistry from Harvard University in 2010. He is currently an associate professor at the University of Chicago and working on semiconductor-enabled fundamental studies of subcellular biophysics and soft matter dynamics.
Frances Arnold, Lutz Ackermann, Corinna Schindler, and Douglas W. StephanRecorded: May 26 2020108 mins
The field of catalysis in chemistry was historically dominated by the use of transition metal catalysts. Due to a unique set of properties, precious metals in particular have played an integral role in developing catalysts for new modes of chemical bond activation and formation. One major and inherent drawback of precious metals, however, is their scarcity; in order to transition chemistry to a more sustainable use of the world’s limited resources, finding alternative strategies for catalysis is a major driving force in contemporary research. In this spirit, this webinar will feature talks about four areas of sustainable catalysis from leaders in their respective fields, highlighting state-of-the-art approaches and providing guidance for future developments in these areas of research.
Frances Arnold is Linus Pauling Professor of Chemical Engineering, Bioengineering and Biochemistry, and Director of the Donna and Benjamin M. Rosen Bioengineering Center at Caltech. She received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2018 for directed enzyme evolution.
Lutz Ackermann is a Professor at the Georg-August-University Göttingen. The development and application of novel concepts for sustainable catalysis constitutes his major current research interest, and he has a topical focus on C–H activation.
Corinna Schindler is an Associate Professor at the University of Michigan. The research interests of her laboratory include the synthesis of complex molecules and the development of new synthetic transformations between carbonyls and alkenes.
Douglas W. Stephan is a Professor at the University of Toronto and a world-leading researcher in inorganic chemistry/catalysis and the founder of the field of “frustrated Lewis pair” (FLP) chemistry. He has received many national and international awards, including Humboldt and Killam Fellowships.
Dr. Mary C. Brucker, Editor, Nursing for Women's HealthRecorded: May 21 202047 mins
Learn techniques and strategies to publish in Nursing for Women’s Health with editor Dr. Mary C. Brucker. You can expect to learn about developing a manuscript, strategies for getting your work accepted, and common reasons for rejection. During this webinar, Mary will elaborate on what sets Nursing for Women’s Health apart from other journals in this field and the reasons to submit your work to this premium journal. Join this engaging webinar and get an opportunity to also find answers to your questions in the Q&A session during the webinar. You can submit your questions via this link: https://smittalsachdeva.typeform.com/to/lpeD05 and we will aim to answer your questions during the webinar.
Don’t forget to extend this invitation to your colleagues who might find this of interest.
About Nursing for Women’s Health:
Nursing for Women's Health (NWH) is an official journal of the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). The mission of NWH is to improve outcomes for women and newborns through the dissemination of clinical scholarship. The journal focuses on evidence-based practice for women's health, childbearing, and neonatal care. The tone of NWH is practical and reader-friendly while upholding high standards for scholarly content.
NWH publishes a variety of manuscript types, including original research with a clinical focus, reviews, quality improvement projects, practice articles, case reports, continuing nursing education (CNE) articles, health care policy, legislative, or advocacy articles, commentaries, personal essays, and letters to the editor.
Nico Popp, Chief Product Officer, ForcepointRecorded: May 20 202025 mins
A trillion dollars spent on perimeter protection is clearly not effective in securing organisations against breaches. The inspiring Nico Popp elucidates the need to move from outside-in to inside-out security on a whiteboard. You will learn:
- What every security practitioner will be encountering in the not so distant future
- Where the limits of endpoint, network, cloud or email security lie
- Why the most successful strategies involve a focus on people
Dr. Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief, One Earth (A Cell Press journal)Recorded: May 14 202076 mins
Learn techniques and strategies for publishing in transformative ground-breaking journals with Dr. Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief of One Earth (a Cell Press journal). Dr. Collins will share tips on developing your papers for ground-breaking publications, elaborate on his experience of working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle and the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. Dr. Collins will also share more details about the growth of Cell Press journals in the physical and environmental sciences field, including the launch of many new titles such as Chem, Matter, Joule, and One Earth. He’ll outline Cell Press’ approach to high-demand, multi-disciplinary content, and expanding OA publishing strategies at Cell Press. Join this engaging webinar to find the answers to your pressing questions in the Q&A session during the webinar. Don’t forget to extend this invite to your colleagues who might find this of interest.
About Lewis Collins:
Inspired by David Attenborough documentaries as a child, Lewis has been amazed by the natural world from an early age. While undergraduate and master’s degrees in Earth science (Cardiff University), and Climate Change (University of East Anglia) nurtured this interest, it was doctoral (British Antarctic Survey) and post-doctoral (Université Pierre et Marie Curie) research on Antarctica that centered his focus on environmental change. Prior to launching One Earth, Lewis spent over 5 years with Nature Communications, where he led the Earth editorial team and curated, commissioned, handled (and occasionally rejected…) research across the full spectrum of Earth and environmental science. Lewis is particularly interested in grand challenges associated with land-use and the competing demands for this increasingly scarce resource.
SANS, Jake Williams; PayPal, Marty Jorgensen; Google, Jhilam Biswas; Authentic8, Sean Heritage; CyberInsiders, H. SchulzeRecorded: May 13 202045 mins
The Cyber Threat Intelligence in 2020 report cites a shocking lack of OSINT research training, tools, and oversight. In this webinar, subject matter experts review key results and share experience and insight into the TTP they rely on for investigations into the open, deep, and dark web. Consumers and producers of threat intelligence should watch the webinar to:
- Access building blocks for improving operational security and collaborative efficiency on CTI teams
- Understand how organizations prepare their researchers to explore the web
- Unearth the lack of oversight researchers have when investigating the dark corners of the internet
Learn from our panelists:
- SANS Institute's Jake Williams (@malwarejake) brings experience and insight by diving into the results from the mindset of the attacker. Jake has over a decade of experience in secure network design, penetration testing, incident response, forensics, and malware reverse engineering.
- Paypal's Sr. MTS Security Architect, Marty Jorgensen. Marty delivers insight gained from the 17 years of experience supporting PayPal's tremendous growth.
- Google's Customer Engineer, Jhilam Biswas, reflects her hands-on experience and deep subject matter expertise in the areas of cloud security, regulatory compliance, and industry standards.
- Cybersecurity Insiders CEO, Holger Schulze brings his perspective as CEO of a 400,000-member online community of InfoSec professionals.
- Authentic8's Head of Platform, Sean Herigate shares multiple use cases from leading the Navy's cyber defense operations and helping create the DoD's innovation unit in Silicon Valley.
John Grady, ESG Analyst Cybersecurity & Ankur Chadda, Senior Solutions Manager, ForcepointRecorded: May 13 202043 mins
Every organization, large or small, is in the midst of a digital transformation. Part of that includes the adoption of cloud apps that give employees increased freedom, flexibility and efficiency. For this reason, cloud data security has become increasingly critical. As more cloud apps are added, security teams struggle to match the increasingly complex environment with an equally adaptive data protection strategy.
Instead of being bogged down by false alerts and left vulnerable by an unbalanced strategy, security practitioners need to adjust their data protection mentality and approach. By revaluating data protection strategies, organization can ensure that security is not outpaced by digital transformation.
Attend this webinar to learn more on these topics from analyst, John Grady (ESG), as he shares insights based on an extensive survey.
Kavitha Scranton, Ph.D., Senior Scientific Editor, Immunity (Cell Press)Recorded: May 12 202079 mins
Would you like to learn tips for writing and developing a strong narrative for your work? Do you want advice on how to prepare your manuscripts for publication in the best journal for your research? Join us for a webinar with Kavitha Scranton, Ph.D., Senior Scientific Editor at Immunity (Cell Press) to learn techniques and strategies to set yourself up for publishing success. Kavitha will share tips on developing your manuscript (with a special focus on researchers based in the Turkey/ME region), elaborate on her experience working with researchers throughout the publishing cycle, and highlight opportunities to broadly disseminate your research findings. Kavitha will also share more details about the growth of multidisciplinary Cell Press journals. Join this engaging webinar and get answers to your questions in the Q&A session. Don’t forget to extend this invitation to your colleagues who might find this of interest.
About Kavitha Scranton:
Kavitha Scranton received her Ph.D. in Immunology from the University of Massachusetts Medical School, where she studied the development and function of γδ T cells in the laboratory of Dr. Joonsoo Kang. She conducted her postdoctoral research at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard on T cell-mediated autoimmunity in the laboratory of Dr. Ramnik Xavier. In 2015, Kavitha joined Immunity as a scientific editor.
Homayun Yaqub, Sr Director of Security Strategy, Forcepoint Robert Mechler, Principal Security Strategist, ForcepointRecorded: Apr 28 202038 mins
Modern cybersecurity requires a mindset change. Attackers are compromising access, guaranteed. Understanding the behavior of users interacting with data is the modern attackers’ kryptonite.
This session will deliver six strategies to implement today, with the intent to
- create efficiencies and enhance proactive security effectiveness
- remain flexible to anticipate and manage the ever-dynamic threat landscape
Dr. Thomas Maddox, Chairperson American College of Cardiology COVID-19 Task ForceRecorded: Apr 23 202048 mins
As we all work together on the front lines to best serve our patients and lead COVID-19 response planning for our institutions, the American College of Cardiology (ACC) is working to provide COVID-19 clinical guidance for the global cardiovascular care team. Learn more about the origin and the intent of the ACC COVID-19 Hub, which is intended to help inform you on how to best care for your cardiovascular patients. In this webinar, Thomas M. Maddox, MD, MSc, FACC, chair of the ACC’s Science and Quality committee, will walk you through the current content, clinician engagement and plans for future iterations of the ACC’s COVID-19 Hub. Sign up for this engaging webinar and learn about the various resources available to clinicians and researchers, including clinical guidance documents, frontline experience and clinical perspectives, operational and practice guidance, JACC Journals articles, other publications and more. Don’t forget to extend this invite to other colleagues who might benefit from these resources.
About Dr. Thomas Maddox:
Dr. Maddox is the chair of the American College of Cardiology’s Science and Quality Committee where he has been spearheading the task force on the ACC COVID-19 Hub. He is also is the inaugural Executive Director of the Healthcare Innovation Lab at BJC HealthCare and the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The Lab catalyzes research and development in care delivery innovation to improve the health of patients and their communities. Dr. Maddox is also a practicing cardiologist, a Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at the Washington University School of Medicine, and a health services researcher. His research interests have focused on healthcare delivery innovation, learning healthcare systems, prevention in coronary artery disease, and quality of care for cardiac patients. He has authored over 200 peer-reviewed publications, received multiple grants exploring optimal cardiac care and outcomes.
Professor Mark Caulfield, Genomics England, Jonathan Sheffield, NIHR, Nancy Dreyer, Carol Alexandre, Sarah Rickwood, IQVIARecorded: Apr 23 202068 mins
This April webinar is part of IQVIA’s monthly updates on the impact of COVID-19 and its implications for the healthcare ecosystem.
In the global effort to proactively fight COVID-19, the webinar series has been designed to:
•Provide some areas which pharma and biotech companies may wish to consider around the COVID-19 outbreak, in order to help guide our community through uncertain times
•Share key healthcare impact learnings from those countries that are ahead in the COVID-19 curve
•Look at how we can, together, best support patients, healthcare professionals, life sciences and governments to reduce the impact of the virus
This April webinar will take place on Thursday 23rd April from 12.30 to 13.30 (BST) / 07:30 to 08:30 (EST).
You can listen to our March webinar here: https://pharmaphorum.com/r-d/the-potential-impact-of-coronavirus-covid-19-for-global-pharma-and-biotech-continuity/
During the April instalment, our expert panel will discuss:
•Assessing the pharmaceutical market impact of COVID-19
•The UK clinical trials on COVID-19: navigating uncharted waters
•Genomics: research in the time of COVID-19
•Knowledge sharing: the COVID-19 experience from a US perspective
•Getting clinical research back up and running post-coronavirus
•Adjustments to new medicine launch planning
Dr. Robert D. Eagling, Editor-in-Chief of Chem (Cell Press journal)Recorded: Apr 21 202077 mins
Learn techniques and strategies for publishing strategies to give you the best chance of successfully publishing in highly selective journals with Dr. Robert D. Eagling, editor-in-chief of Chem (a Cell Press journal). Dr. Eagling will share tips on developing your papers for premium publications (with special focus on researchers based in the Eastern Europe region), elaborate on his experience of working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle and discuss the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. Dr. Eagling will also share more details about the growth of Cell Press journals in the physical sciences field. Such details will include the launch of many new titles, such as Chem, Matter, Joule, and One Earth. He’ll also outline Cell Press’s approach to high-demand, multi-disciplinary content and expanding OA publishing strategies at Cell Press. Join this engaging webinar and ask any remaining questions in the Q&A session. Don’t forget to extend this invitation to your colleagues who might find this of interest.
About Robert Eagling:
Robert Eagling, Ph.D., is a graduate of Newcastle University in England and brings to Chem around 15 years of experience in chemistry publishing. He came to Cell Press from the Royal Society for Chemistry (RSC), where he helped grow submissions and readership of Chemical Communications, increased the visibility and impact of Chemical Society Reviews in 10 years from 13 to 34, and led the launch of Chemical Science, the RSC’s flagship general chemistry journal with Professor David McMillan as the inaugural Editorial Board Chairman.
Ankur Chadda, Senior Solution ManagerRecorded: Apr 15 202014 mins
Join Forcepoint's Ankur Chadda as he provides an overview of the challenges with traditional data protection solutions. Learn how to address those challenges head onto effectively modernize your data protection strategy.
You’ll leave this webinar with:
- A comprehensive overview of the technical and business challenges associated with legacy data protection.
- Insight into how mobile and remote workers, in a cloud-enabled environment, can complicate oversight and compliance
- Actionable solutions for adding visibility and control to your data protection strategy
SANS Analyst and Rendition Infosec founder, Jake Williams, and Head of Special Services at Authentic8, Nick EspinozaRecorded: Apr 1 20209 mins
In the interview "The Next Evolution of Cyber Threat Intelligence," SANS Analyst and Rendition Infosec founder, Jake Williams, and Head of Special Services at Authentic8, Nick Espinoza, discuss the future of investigation platforms, data collectors, machine learning and regulations of how to handle data. Jake and Nick ponder future remedies to current cyber threat intelligence and challenges.
Both refer to a 2020 survey taken by 338 CTI practitioners about the platforms, processes, and solutions used by them in the collection and management of OSINT related information. View the results of that survey in the Webinar "Cyber Threat Intelligence Report 2020," also published on Authentic8's BrightTALK channel.
SANS, Jake Williams; PayPal, Marty Jorgensen; Google, Jhilam Biswas; Authentic8, Sean Heritage; CyberInsiders, H. SchulzeRecorded: Mar 26 202045 mins
The report cites a shocking lack of OSINT research training, tools, and oversight. In this webinar, subject matter experts review key results and share experience and insight into the TTP they rely on for investigations into the open, deep, and dark web.
Valentin Fuster, M.D., Ph.D.Recorded: Mar 26 202075 mins
Hear Valentin Fuster, MD, Ph.D., Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) to learn about techniques and strategies for publishing in high-impact journals. Dr. Fuster presents information on publishing in ACC Journals, which include JACC, JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, JACC: Heart Failure, JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology and JACC: Basic to Translational Science. Dr. Fuster presents his expertise in working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle, how to develop papers for premium publications, and the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. Due to the high engagement, we received in the original webinar we're making the recording of the webinar available to you on popular demand. You won’t want to miss this engaging webinar and how it can benefit your research process and impact.
Dr. Rose Zhu, Associate Scientific Editor, JouleRecorded: Mar 18 202072 mins
Discover the best techniques and strategies for authoring in high impact journals with Dr. Rose Zhu, Associate Scientific Editor at Joule (Cell Press journal). You can expect to learn:
•Techniques and strategies for improving the scientific writing process including tips on writing a better introduction, creating an effective abstract and analysing the results in your research paper
•Tactics on developing papers for premium publications (also tips focused on researchers based in China)
•Exploring the opportunities to broadly disseminate findings
•Discover the Cell Press physical science portfolio of journals including newly launched titles such as Chem, Joule, Matter & One Earth
Dr. Zhu will also outline Cell Press’ approach to high-demand, multi-disciplinary content, and expanding OA publishing strategies at Cell Press.
Sign up for this interesting free webinar and learn best tips & tricks to benefit your research process and increase your research impact.
Bring along a friend or colleague who might be instrumental in improving your research paper.
Here’s a quick introduction about Dr. Rose Zhu:
Dr. Rose Zhu joined Joule as Associate Scientific Editor in 2017 and is based in the Shanghai office. Since 2017, Dr. Zhu has given over 100 talks on scientific writing and publishing techniques with Joule and other Cell Press physical science journals. Dr. Zhu completed her Ph.D. from Nanyang Technological University (NTU, Singapore) after completing the BSc degree at Sichuan University (China). Dr. Zhu has published 10+ papers in the physical sciences field covering wide array of topics like Nano energy, material horizon and much more.
Sarah Rickwood, Rob Heathcote, Ben Hughes, Richard Gray, Howard Chen, IQVIA, Paul Tunnah, pharmaphorumRecorded: Mar 18 202048 mins
Pharmaceutical and biotech companies around the globe are working with Governments to address the COVID-19 outbreak, from supporting the development of vaccines to planning for medicines supply chain challenges.
Healthcare systems are being put under significant pressure, at a time when many are already over-stretched, medical congresses are being cancelled and bans on non-essential travel and enforced home working are emerging. Meanwhile, at local country level, Italy has gone into a country-wide lockdown and in China measures to prevent the virus’ spread have seen API manufacturing plants go offline.
This pharmaphorum webinar, held in association with IQVIA, will take place on Wednesday 18th March from 12:30-13:30 GMT with expert speakers outline potential scenarios, considerations and decisions that pharma and biotech would wish to plan for.
This COVID-19 continuity planning webinar will look at:
•COVID-19's potential impact on global pharmaceutical market dynamics
•Ways to support supply chain management
•Maintaining open lines of communication with healthcare professionals
•The application of artificial intelligence to potentially predict COVID-19 spread and patient infection
•Learning from China
Mark Bloemsma, Consulting Sales Engineer, ForcepointJun 17 20204:00 pmUTC22 mins
Efficient and reliable data classification is an essential part of helping businesses achieve their goals – including maintaining regulatory compliance standards.
When you are able to identify and classify valuable data, business value increases and data management costs decrease. In this webinar, Playing Nicely with Others Part II: Microsoft Information Protection, with Boldon James, learn about all things classification including:
•The “how” and “why” of data classification
•An overview of Microsoft Information Protection (MIP)
•The architecture that integrates Forcepoint & MIP
•Actionable integration use cases
Richard D. Weisel, Editor, JTCVS, Y. Joseph Woo, Associate Editor, MD, Adult and Thomas A. D’Amico, MD, ThoracicJun 18 20203:30 pmUTC90 mins
Finding the right journal to publish your research and structuring your research to publish in premium journals can be a challenge. Learn techniques and strategies to publish in premium journals like the Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery (JTCVS) with Richard D. Weisel, Editor, JTCVS, Y. Joseph Woo, Associate Editor, MD, Adult and Thomas A. D’Amico, MD, Thoracic.
You can expect to learn about:
-Manuscript preparation tips
-Features of successful manuscripts
-How to publish in JTCVS
-New Initiatives at the Journal
Sign up for the free webinar workshop today and extend the invitation to your colleagues who may find this helpful.
About Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery:
The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery presents original, peer-reviewed articles on diseases of the heart, great vessels, lungs and thorax with emphasis on surgical interventions. An official publication of The American Association for Thoracic Surgery and The Western Thoracic Surgical Association, the Journal focuses on techniques and developments in acquired cardiac surgery, congenital cardiac repair, thoracic procedures, heart and lung transplantation, mechanical circulatory support and other procedures.
Professor Mick Peake, Leicester University, Thomas Lawrence, NICE, Yoshiko Cook, Adam Reich, IQVIA, Paul Tunnah, pharmaphorumJun 23 202011:30 amUTC75 mins
As use of real-world evidence increases there is an opportunity to improve the patient experience.
In addition to key steps forward with the establishment of Health Data Research UK and NHSX, information governance will be key, as is alignment to UK and EU regulations such as the July 2019 DHSC Framework for the Value of NHS Research and GDPR.
Homayun Yaqub, Global Security Strategist, Forcepoint & Charles Keane, Global Security Specialist, ForcepointJun 24 20204:00 pmUTC26 mins
Do you understand your organization’s overall risk environment? Conduct risk refers to the risk associated with decisions and behaviours of employees and whether they support proper customer outcomes and are fully integrated into the broader framework for risk management within an organization.
During this webinar, Risk Management: Managing Conduct Risk in Evolving Work Environments, learn how to develop a holistic understanding of behaviour and use continuous monitoring to access and protect against risk.
Learn about the nuances of risk intelligence and:
o Understand how traditional monitoring and surveillance approaches are incomplete
o Improve organizational efficacy by better aligning compliance and security objectives
o Get a real-world example of how to build a picture of conduct risk
o Establish a people and data centric approach to evolve the organization’s security strategy to more effectively reduce risk exposure.
Join our latest webinar with Elsevier and Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt of India. You can expect to learn about:
•Various research and funding opportunities on COVID-19 from the Department of Biotechnology, India
•Improve your skillset to publish in premium journals and learn by interaction with CellPress editor
•Develop new ideas and collaborations from the experience of eminent Scientists
•Connect with the top scientists of India through the live interactive session to learn about intricacies of vaccine and drug development
David Logue - Veeva, Aaron Bean - Veeva, Dominic Tyer - pharmaphorum [moderator]Jun 25 20202:00 pmUTC75 mins
COVID-19 has brought many changes to the pharmaceutical industry, among them a need to change how pharma companies engage with HCPs and transform their approach to digital channels.
This webinar, held in association with Veeva, will present some exclusive market observations from before and during the COVID crisis and explain how pharmaceutical companies can increase their digital IQ and accelerate the move to digital.
Rajesh K. Gupta, Ph.D. Biologics Quality & Regulatory Consultants, LLC, North PotomacJun 30 20202:00 pmUTC90 mins
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is a terrifying illness with high morbidity and mortality throughout the world and with devastating effects on businesses, economies, livelihood of individuals and producing depression/fear among populations due to prolonged lock downs. The only way to control the disease appears to be by developing herd immunity, either by infection or by universal vaccination. Achieving herd immunity by infection seems horrific with a significant burden on healthcare systems and sacrificing vulnerable population, including older people, and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer. Achieving herd immunity through vaccination will take at least several months to years after development of a safe and effective vaccine. Typically, it takes a decade or more to develop a vaccine. Scientists and vaccinologists from academia, industry and Government organizations are enthusiastically working on more than 100 vaccine candidates to develop a safe and effective vaccine. There are numerous scientific, technical, manufacturing, and regulatory challenges and risks in developing vaccines in general, particularly under a fast timeline. This Webinar will go over the challenges and risks in developing Coronavirus vaccines with a view to identifying these for resolution and mitigation along with development of the vaccines.
Helena Wang, Asia Executive Editor, The LancetJul 2 20202:00 amUTC59 mins
与《柳叶刀》亚洲区执行主编王辉（Helena Wang）女士一起学习在高影响力期刊上发表论文的技巧和策略。王辉女士将分享她在整个研究论文发表周期中与研究人员和论文作者合作的经验，介绍如何撰写能够在优质出版物上发表的论文，以及广泛传播研究成果的机会。本次在线研讨会内容精彩纷呈，不容错过，能够让您的研究过程和研究影响再上新台阶。This webinar will be in Mandarin (Chinese).
Moniek Tromp, Matthew DiFranco, Véronique De Herde, Andrew Plume, Nick Fowler, Stephane BerghmansJul 2 20201:00 pmUTC90 mins
How does the current reward system reflect how we value research? Is a reform of this system necessary to encourage researchers to engage in open science activities? How do current and proposed reward systems support early career researchers?
Questions on how academics' careers and contributions are assessed and valued are under discussion. This webinar brings together a panel of experts on open science and career assessment to focus on the current reward system and the potential for its reform. This promises to be a lively exchange of ideas between representatives of Eurodoc, Young Academy of Europe, Marie Curie Alumni Association, and Elsevier. The aim is to gain a deeper understanding of possible changes to how we consider academic value, retain mobility internationally and beyond academia, and create incentives for open science activities.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss this timely topic.
Introduction from Nick Fowler, Chief Academic Officer, Elsevier
Moniek Tromp, Chair of Materials Chemistry of the University of Groningen, Netherlands.
Matthew DiFranco, Former Chair, Marie Curie Alumni Association; Chief Scientific Officer, ImageBiopsy Lab
Véronique De Herde, PhD Candidate at UCLouvain, Belgium and Secretariat Coordinator and Open Science Ambassador for Eurodoc
Andrew Plume, Senior Director of Research Evaluation at Elsevier and Chair of the ICSR Advisory Board
Stephane Berghmans, Vice President, Academic & Research Relations EU, Elsevier
Find out more about how Elsevier partners with the research community to empower open science. https://www.elsevier.com/en-gb/about/open-science
Dr. David J. Moliterno, Editor-in-Chief, JACC Cardiovascular InterventionsJul 30 20201:00 pmUTC75 mins
Learn techniques and strategies for publishing in JACC journals with Dr. David J. Molterno, MD, FACC, Editor-in-Chief, JACC Cardiovascular Interventions. Dr.Moliterno will present information on publishing in JACC journals. Dr. Moliterno will share his expertise in working with researchers and authors throughout the research publishing cycle, how to develop papers for premium publications, and the opportunity to broadly disseminate findings. You won’t want to miss this engaging webinar and how it can benefit your research process and impact.
About Dr. David J. Moliterno
Dr. Moliterno is the Editor-in-Chief of JACC Cardiovascular Interventions. He is the Jack M. Gill Chair and professor of the department of internal medicine at the University of Kentucky. He is also a member of the interventional cardiology faculty at the Gill Heart Institute in Lexington, Kentucky. He has been involved with numerous investigational studies in cardiovascular medicine over the last two decades, with his primary research interest being in acute coronary syndromes. Prior to assuming position as Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Moliterno served as an associate editor for the journal. An active member of the ACC, Dr. Moliterno has been a member of the Board of Governors, Strategic Education Committee, and the Interventional Section Leadership Council.
Dr. Michael J. Miller, President of Microbiology Consultants, LLCAug 4 20202:00 pmUTC90 mins
The implementation of rapid microbiological methods (RMM) has gained significant momentum over the past few years. In particular, the ATMP segment has a desire to release cell and gene therapies using rapid sterility tests to accommodate patient needs and very short drug product shelf life. Additional rapid sterility testing needs are now being fueled by companies who are developing vaccines for COVID-19 clinical trials.
In this webinar, Dr. Michael J. Miller will present an overview of past and future microbiological methods, the current regulatory landscape for rapid sterility testing including recent policy changes, applicable technologies and validation strategies.
Dr. Julia Grapsa, Editor-in-Chief, JACC: Case Reports & Dr. Mary Norine Walsh, MD, FACC, President, ACCSep 17 20203:00 pmUTC90 mins
Learn tips on using social media in scientific publications with Dr. Julia Grapsa, Editor-in-Chief, JACC: Case Reports and Dr. Mary Norine Walsh, MD, FACC, President American College of Cardiology.
About JACC Journals:
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology program is the most read cardiovascular journal program worldwide, with an international reputation for excellence. JACC is consistently rated the number one benefit of membership in the American College of Cardiology, and maintains one of the highest Impact Factors among cardiovascular journals. JACC specialty journals include JACC: Basic to Translational Science, JACC: Cardiovascular Imaging, JACC: Cardiovascular Interventions, JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology and JACC: Heart Failure. The JACC Journals publish peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original clinical studies, translational investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the art papers, review articles, and editorials interpreting and commenting on the research presented.
About The ACC
The mission of the American College of Cardiology is to transform cardiovascular care and improve heart health. The College is a 52,000-member medical society comprised of physicians, surgeons, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, and practice managers. The College is a leader in the formulation of health policy, standards and guidelines. The ACC provides professional education, operates national registries to measure and improve quality of care, disseminates cardiovascular research, and bestows credentials upon cardiovascular specialists who meet stringent qualifications. For more information, visit ACC.org.
Dr. Valentin Fuster, Editor-in-Chief, JACC & Dr. Harlan Krumholz, Cardiologist & Health Care Researcher at Yale UniversityOct 15 20201:30 pmUTC90 mins
Learn how to become a successful researcher at every stage of your career with Dr. Valentin Fuster, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of the American College of Cardiology and Dr. Harlan Krumholz, MD, SM, Harold H. Hines, Jr. Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) and Professor in the Institute for Social and Policy Studies, of Investigative Medicine and of Public Health (Health Policy); Director, Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation, Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Dr. Alex Adjei, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Thoracic OncologyOct 29 20204:00 pmUTC75 mins
Learn techniques and strategies to publish in Journal of Thoracic Oncology with Dr. Alex Adjei, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Thoracic Oncology.
You can expect to learn about:
-Manuscript preparation tips
-Features of successful manuscripts
-How to publish in JTO
-New Initiatives at the Journal
Sign up for the free webinar workshop today and extend the invitation to your colleagues who may find this helpful.
About Journal of Thoracic Oncology:
Journal of Thoracic Oncology (JTO), the official journal of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer, is the primary educational and informational publication for topics relevant to the prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of all thoracic malignancies. JTO emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach and includes original research reviews and opinion pieces. The audience includes epidemiologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, thoracic surgeons, pulmonologists, radiologists, pathologists, nuclear medicine physicians, and research scientists with a special interest in thoracic oncology. The journal is interested in receiving manuscripts dealing with epidemiology, prevention, screening, early detection, staging, cure, and treatment of thoracic malignancies. Submissions on tobacco control and cessation are of interest, particularly where there is direct relevance to lung cancer epidemiology and therapeutic outcomes. The Journal also welcomes submissions on pathologic and histologic classification and novel imaging and bronchoscopic approaches. Submissions regarding novel systemic therapies, particularly in the fields of biomarker targets, genomics, immunology, and cellular therapies are of interest. Novel radiotherapy and surgical techniques are of interest. Submission of randomized phase II and phase III trials, as well as meta-analyses of individual participant data, are encouraged. Basic science studies must have direct clinical and translational relevance.