Insider Imprint: New issue of the student-centered Life Sciences journal – archyde

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Issue 5 of the student-centric Insider Imprint Life Sciences journal is now available and can be viewed on the Insider Imprint website.

Insider Imprint is a doctoral-led, life science journal for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Now in its fifth year, the journal publishes a new issue each spring and features a wide range of articles written by current students, such as research related to life sciences, literature reviews, internships, volunteering, trips and much more.

Insider Imprint is proud to support early career students, providing them with a platform to showcase their work and enthusiasm, as well as a fantastic learning experience in the publishing process.

Speaking about the latest issue, Dr Fabia Allen said: “Liverpool students have so much to be proud of and to celebrate. Insider Imprint provides an online space for students to shine, and I am ever so impressed and inspired by the range of content submitted, from research papers and commentary on interesting life science topics, to thoughts on a wide range of activities, including internships, volunteering, travelling, studying abroad and more. It is a pleasure to read all the articles and present them online and in print for others to benefit from.

The team is also looking for PhD students to get involved in future issues with opportunities for experience as an editor, as well as in other key areas such as promotion, online presence, outreach, composition and more. If you are interested in joining the Insider Imprint team, you can find out more and apply on the website.

Undergraduate and Masters students can also join the team as Student Ambassadors where you can gain insight into the journal’s behind-the-scenes work and have specific roles to play that ultimately earn HEAR accreditation. Insider Imprint currently has three fantastic ambassadors. If you want to get involved, you can find out more on the website.

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