The JCI Scholar experience: perspectives from young physician-scientists.

@article{Mattox2019TheJS,
  title={The JCI Scholar experience: perspectives from young physician-scientists.},
  author={Austin K Mattox and Justin Lowenthal},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={2019},
  volume={129 3},
  pages={
          941-943
        }
}
The JCI Scholar program was established with the goal of mentoring young physicianscientists on the art and science of peer review and scientific editorship. While simultaneous training in basic research and clinical reasoning serves as the foundation of a young physician-scientist’s career, peer review and editorial decision making around submitted scientific work are not often a focus of physician-scientist training. These processes remain enigmatic to many physician-scientists in training… CONTINUE READING
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