Volume 35, Issue 5, Pages 713-850 (1 February 2017)
Writing a scientific paper—A brief guide for new investigators
Original Research Article
Caroline L. Vitse, Gregory A. Poland
When applying for funding, researchers must demonstrate their productivity. For most funding organizations, a key measure of productivity is the number of papers published. The road to publication is rarely straightforward; few journals provide practical guidance to researchers who are struggling to publish their data. Here, we outline the sections of a research paper and describe practical steps in each part of the publication process as an aid to newer authors.