The JSCAI Editorial Fellowship Program aims to increase involvement in and commitment to the journal peer-review process amongst early-career researchers by providing fellows-in-training and early-career interventionalists with an opportunity to enhance their skills as reviewers of manuscripts.
Paired with an editor specific to their area of interest, JSCAI Editorial Fellows work with JSCAI Deputy and Associate Editors who have extensive editorial and publishing experience, are introduced to JSCAI editorial procedures, and receive training on the peer review system.
During the program, JSCAI Editorial Fellows review up to 12 manuscripts over the one-year term and attend JSCAI Editorial Board calls, as required to discuss their reviewed manuscripts. In addition, they present reports on what they have learned and how they anticipate this will support their career progression at the program's conclusion and are recognized as JSCAI Editorial Reviews at SCAI Scientific Sessions and SCAI Fellows Courses.
Who Should Apply?
Fellows-in-training and early career interventionists. *
Applications for the 2023 program have now closed. They will re-open in Fall 2023 for the 2024 program year. Program applicants will be required to submit the following information via an online portal:
- Applicant name, position, academic rank, and CV
- A brief statement that illustrates the applicant's interest
- A letter of recommendation from their program director or another senior faculty member
The JSCAI Editorial Team and JSCAI's Editor-in-Chief will review applications, and candidates will be notified of their application's outcome by a member of SCAI staff.
If you have any questions about the program or the application process, please email Amanda Pettyjohn.
*SCAI defines an early career interventionalist as six years (or fewer) out of board exams. If you took a non-linear career path or have had breaks in your career, SCAI will still consider you for this opportunity even if you fall outside of the required range. Please note this in your application statement.