Apr 23 - Apr 23, 2017
ECCMID 27th Annual Congress 2017
Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center, Hall P (Schubert 4)
Vienna , 1020
We're hosting a special session lead by Courtney Aldrich, Editor-in-Chief of ACS Infectious Diseases on how to get published at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (ECCMID) 27th Annual Congress 2017.
You'll learn tips and tools for preparing your manuscript, including how to choose the best journal for your research and how to prepare a cover letter that will catch the attention of the editors.
The session is free and open to all attendees of ECCMID. Join us on Sunday, April 23 from 3:00-4:00 pm in Hall P (Schubert 4) for sweets and coffee and some exclusive one-on-one time with Editor-in-Chief, Courtney Aldrich. We'll also be handing out cool giveaways that aren't to be missed.
Courtney Aldrich, PhD
Courtney received his PhD in organic chemistry from UCLA in 2001 with Prof. Craig Merlic where he completed the total synthesis of the entire family of polyketide fungal natural products known as the Calphostins using novel organometallic methodology featuring Fischer chromium carbenes. Following his PhD he performed a postdoc with Professor David H. Sherman at the University of Minnesota in the Department of Microbiology studying polyketide biosynthesis. Dr. Aldrich is presently an associate professor in the Department of Medicinal Chemistry at the University of Minnesota, where his research is focused on the development of new antibacterial agents based on novel mechanism of action using a variety of approaches including high-throughput screening, fragment-based drug design, and rationale design of transition-state, multisubstrate, and mechanism-based inhibitors.
European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 27th Annual Congress 2017
Messe Wien Exhibition & Congress Center
Hall P (Schubert 4)
3:00-4:00 pm How to Get Published with ACS Infectious Diseases, Editor-in-Chief, Courtney C. Aldrich
You'll learn tips and tools for preparing your manuscript, including how to choose the best journal for your research and how to prepare a cover letter that will catch the attention of the editors. The event is free but registration is requested.
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