The second edition of the academic journal ‘Insider Imprint’, which features a diverse range of content from students based in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, has been published.
Insider Imprint is a Life Sciences journal run by PhD students, for undergraduate and masters students. The second issue of the journal was published in May 2019.
The journal helps to showcase the wide range of health related research taking place in a modern university and helps support early-career researchers and scholars.
The journal is published once a year in the spring and released as both a printed journal and online.
Professor Dame Janet Beer, Vice-Chancellor, said: “This is the first journal of its kind in the University – run by students for students. It is wonderful to see such a diverse range of inspiring content from across Health and Life Sciences in this, even bigger, second edition. The University works hard to give students opportunities to build up skills and experience and Insider Imprint is a great example of this.
“I would like to thank everyone involved in its production – its success is due to the hard work and dedication of the editorial team and the enthusiastic response from contributors.”
Insider Imprint Team, said: “One year on from our inaugural issue of Insider Imprint, we are proud to present issue 2! Even more jam-packed than issue 1, we are so happy with the variety of submissions and diversity of students getting involved. Find out about what some of your peers have been up to, from study abroad to raising giant moths in their bedroom! Read the current research students are working on and about topics your peers find interesting.
“If you are thinking about publishing your work, there has never been a better time! Insider Imprint is open to any topic related to the Life Sciences, and will take submissions from all students in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. We will work with you to get your work to publication standard, and once published your work will be available to show off on our beautiful website insiderimprint.com, as well as in print.”
For more information about Insider Imprint please visit www.insiderimprint.com
If you are interested in submitting an article or being part of the Editorial Team please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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