Lecture: Why would and should I peer-review? / Nele Brusselaers
Our current scientific system relies heavily on peer-reviewing each other’s work. So why is it important to be a reviewer when your time is so precious? And how do you become a good and qualified peer-reviewer?
Welcome to this exciting lunch seminar led by Nele Brusselaers, associate professor of clinical epidemiology at KI, who already performed more than 130 peer-reviews!
Everyone is welcome.
This lecture is held during the international Peer Review WeekContact person: Sara Lind