WASHINGTON –Today, the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions (SCAI) is pleased to announce the inaugural participants of the Journal of the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography & Interventions (JSCAI) Editorial Fellowship Program.
The JSCAI Editorial Fellowship Program has been established to provide fellows-in-training and early career interventionalists the opportunity to enhance their skills as reviewers of manuscripts and expand the JSCAI pool of qualified peer reviewers.
The JSCAI Editorial Fellowship Program aims to provide the opportunity for candidates to work with the JSCAI Editor-in-Chief, Deputy, and Associate Editors, who have extensive editorial and publishing experience. Elected candidates who successfully complete the program will be recognized as JSCAI Editorial Reviewers at SCAI Scientific Sessions and at the SCAI Fellows Courses. Candidates will be paired with a JSCAI editor specific to their area of interest and will receive an overview of JSCAI editorial procedures and training on the peer review system.
“We are very excited to offer this opportunity to the future leaders of interventional cardiology,” said Alexandra Lansky, MD, editor-in-chief of JSCAI. “This ongoing fellowship will allow early career interventionalists to explore and increase their involvement in the journal peer-review process and hopefully spark a desire to be ongoing clinician investigators throughout their careers.”
SCAI will issue an annual call for applicants and selected participants will agree to serve as co-reviewers of up to 12 manuscripts during the one-year term. Applications for the 2024 program will open this Fall.
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