Screenshot 2015-02-25 13.53.29Attracting readers and citations for your research is paramount to the impact of your research.

Publishing in good journals, making great oral and poster presentations at conferences and of course publishing research of the highest possible quality, will go a long way to bringing in the readers and citations you deserve.

Actively communicating your research to your peers using online channels can also help to increase the impact of your research, but up until now, this has been a time-consuming pursuit.

NeuroEndoNow aims to make communicating your research to the neuroendocrinology community easy. Just give us 30 minutes of your time and we will conduct a simple interview with you that steps through the context and findings of your manuscript, poster, or oral presentation. Then we will publish the interview in our podcast that will be made available to the neuroendocrinology research community, and direct listeners to your original manuscript, or other work.

This is an opportunity to do outreach and engagement to the scientific community for a very small time outlay.

Manuscripts

Publishing manuscripts lies at the core of your scientific output. We would like to interview you about your recent manuscript (up to 12 months old). The interview will be very simple, and will highlight the context and findings of the manuscript for the listening audience, before directing them to the original manuscript.

Posters and Presentations

Alternatively, we can interview you about a poster or presentation that you have recently delivered at a relevant conference. We’ll step you through the context and findings of the work you have presented, and can optionally make the presentation / poster available to view on our website.

Click here to be interviewed in NeuroEndoNow

Students and Postdocs

Podcast interviews are an excellent way for students and postdocs to gain experience in scientific communication. We are happy to interview students and postdocs about a relevant paper they are an author on, or a poster/presentation they have personally given at a recent, relevant conference. If you would like one of your PhD students/postdocs to be interviewed instead of (or as well as) you, please share this page with them. If you would like to have one of your co-authors, students or post-docs be interviewed please contact us.

nen-guide-cover-smallMore information

If you’d like some more information about NeuroEndoNow and our interview process, please click here or on the image to download our guide for podcast interviewees.

And if you have any questions, please feel free to contact us