- George Inglis, PhD
Associate Editor at Communications Biology
Dr. George Inglis is an Associate Editor at Communications Biology, an open-access journal in the Nature Portfolio that considers research articles, reviews and commentary in all areas of the biological sciences. In this session, Dr. Inglis will demystify the life science publishing landscape, the role of an editor in the publication process, and his own path to becoming an academic editor. George received his BS in Biology from Pennsylvania State University in 2014, and PhD in Genetics and Molecular Biology from Emory University in 2020. While at Emory, he studied epigenomics, mouse models of voltage-gated sodium channel dysfunction, and in vitro models of neuronal development. George joined Communications Biology as an Associate Editor in September 2020 and is based in the New York office.
Dr. George Inglis will speak in Whitaker Hall, Room 218 and will present virtually. Registration is required to attend virtually.
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