The following post is by the Senior Editor of PLoS Medicine, Emma Veitch, and is a re-post of the “What is PLoS Medicine’s policy on trials registration?” article written for the Speaking of Medicine blog.
This post comes to us from Caroline McCormick, a publications assistant. Caroline has been working for PLoS ONE since last summer, and she spends her days handling press queries, ethics consultations, and answering emails. When
This post is written by Cory Mann, a Publications Assistant for PLoS ONE. He works in the editorial department assisting authors and editorial board members, as well as resolving other editorial issues. Cory also specializes
This post is by Nicholas Ellinwood, who has worked with PLoS ONE since last year. He is a Publications Assistant who focuses on assigning Academic Editors to appropriate manuscripts, managing email queries and handling our
On any given day, we receive hundreds of emails from authors who have questions regarding their submissions and the submission process. So starting next Friday, we will reinstate a regular post called Ask everyONE. This
Every manuscript submitted to PLoS ONE must first undergo a Technical Check (Tech Check), carried out in-house to ensure that it is ready to be assigned to an Academic Editor. Some of the checks include: is