Supporting Developing Country Researchers in Publishing Their Work

Mentoring and Collaboration

The aim of AuthorAID is to help researchers in developing countries to write about and publish their work. One way we achieve this is through developing a global network of researchers. Through the network, researchers can find long-term mentors or short-term advice to help them through the process of research design, writing and publication. This also enables researchers to find others in their field for collaboration, discussion and information.

As research communication is of global benefit, it is vital that researchers can find others in their field and get the information they need to develop their skills or ensure the latest research is shared and accessible.

Find a mentor

Are you an early-career researcher seeking someone more experienced to help you with your writing and research?

  • Would you like guidance in writing and submitting scientific papers?
  • Would you like advice about responding to reviewers?
  • Are you seeking advice on writing grant applications?


Learn more about the mentoring scheme

Become a mentor

Are you a senior researcher or editor who can provide mentoring support to up-and-coming researchers?

  • Would you like to volunteer for a cause that's related to higher education or research?
  • Are you keen to share your knowledge of research writing and scholarly publishing? 
  • Do you enjoy coaching or mentoring?


Learn more about becoming a mentor

Collaboration and advice

Are looking for a research partner or someone to discuss your work? Perhaps you are simply looking for a bit of advice or the opinion of someone in your field. With a network of over 8000 researchers from around the world, we're sure you will be able to find what you are looking for.


Search the AuthorAID network

The AuthorAID community includes over 17,000 researchers from around the world. If you are looking for help, want to share your expertise or are searching for someone to work with, then the AuthorAID community can help!


Find a researcher

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