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Matt Hodgkinson

| Cambridge , United Kingdom

Subjects:
Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Environmental Studies, Healthcare, Journalism and Communication, Life Sciences, Medicine, Psychology
Spoken languages:
English, French, German
Status:
Available for mentoring.
Support Level:
Editing Support, Long-term mentoring and support, Short-term mentoring and support
Support Offered:
Writing, Proofreading, Article planning, Dealing with the publishing process, Language polishing/light editing, Medium/heavy editing, Publication ethics, Responding to peer review, Study design, Language editing or proofreading support, Theses and dissertation writing

Work

Subjects:
Life Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Psychology, Environmental Studies, Medicine, Journalism and Communication, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
Journal editing, Open access, Peer review, Critical appraisal, Biology, Medicine, Drosophila genetics, Antitrypsin deficiency, Serpins, Conformational disease, Publishing ethics, Research integrity
Biography:
I'm a science editor and research integrity expert with an interest in open access publishing and publication ethics. I'm very familiar with critical appraisal, peer review, journal policies, reporting guidelines, and editorial decision-making. I worked as an editor for BioMed Central 2003-09 and the PLOS ONE 2010-16. I headed the research integrity team at Hindawi 2016-22. In 2022, I joined the charity the UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) as a research integrity manager. I'm on the council of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and Treasurer of the European Association of Science Editors (EASE). Working as a science editor I have experience of handling the peer review and critical appraisal of research from all areas of biology and medicine, and experience in proofreading and developmental editing. I have a BA (Hons) in Biological Sciences from the University of Oxford and an MSc from the University of Cambridge. My research was on a Drosophila model for antitrypsin deficiency. p.s. I prefer not to volunteer when work is intended for submission to an Elsevier journal. See http://thecostofknowledge.com/

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