Reviews journals: A vital library resource for students, faculty and researchers

Sponsored by Springer Nature
Recorded on 04/02/2020

Posted in Scholarly Communication and Research


Your researchers have an increasing focus and responsibility to contribute towards solving the world’s most pressing challenges. Some research fields are huge, so how do your students know what is the most important and relevant content to their disciplines? How can experienced researchers follow key trends and discoveries? Reviews journals are a unique resource and teaching tool provided by libraries and used by students and faculty members alike to help accelerate learning, and make original research more accessible.

Join us for this 1-hour webinar with Jill Adie, Senior Publishing Manager, and Mina Razzak, Editorial Director of Nature Reviews at Nature Research, to hear about how these journals play an increasing role in collaborative approaches across scientific publishing as well as discussing developments and ‘real-life’ impact. This webinar will include a lively Q&A for librarians, editors and researchers.


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    Dr. Jillian Adie

    Senior Publishing ManagerNature Research, Springer Nature

    Jill Adie is a Senior Publishing Manager at Nature Research, based in London. She has a PhD in structural biology and BSc in pharmacology from the University of Edinburgh, and previously worked as a Science Communication Product Manager at Springer Nature. Jill has 9 years of experience working in STEM publishing, and currently manages the Nature Reviews portfolio of journals and new Nature launches. She works closely with editorial, production, sales and marketing teams, to ensure the Nature Reviews titles provide best-in-class service for authors and readers.

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    Dr. Mina Razzak

    Editorial Director Nature ReviewsNature Research, Springer Nature

    Mina Razzak is the Editorial Director of the Nature Reviews portfolio of journals. Following her degree in biomedical science from Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, Mina received her PhD in organic chemistry from the University of Cambridge, UK. After a postdoctoral research position at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas, USA, she returned to the UK and joined Nature Research. Since then, Mina has worked in the editorial teams of several Reviews journals, and was the launch editor of Nature Reviews Disease Primers, a role she held for 5 years. As Editorial Director, she oversees the editorial operations of the Nature Reviews titles.