Reviewing your first manuscript for a journal can be both an exciting and daunting experience. You might be wondering where to start, what aspects to critique, or struggling with imposter syndrome. In which case, the best way to get started is to “learn-by-doing” and pair up with a more experienced mentor who is willing to guide you through the process and provide constructive feedback.
As early-career researchers Rachelle Balez from the University of Wollongong & Dr Rebecca San Gil from Queensland Brain Institute share what they learnt from their experiences, and help the next generation of research scientists write clear and constructive peer reviews in this blog from Hello Bio.
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