Clark Holdsworth

United States LetPub

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Commented on LetPub Webinar Series Open Discussion
Thanks for joining me today to discuss editor correspondence. We had over 100 live attendees! If you had a question that I was not able to get to, then please leave it here and I'll be sure to provide a response. If you have suggestions for future webinar topics you'd like to see, I'm always open to feedback!

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Commented on LetPub Webinar Series Open Discussion
Thanks to everyone who participated in my webinar today on building a your reputation via networking. Happy to discuss more here. If you need help with ideas for creating your own content, please send me a direct message! I'd love to help.

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Commented on Understanding text recycling and how to avoid self-plagiarism
Also, as mentioned during the webinar, the Peeref International Poster Challenger is ongoing! This is a big opportunity on the platform, and I'd encourage you all to consider submitting an entry.

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Hi all, I've got 3 great resources here for you: https://publicationethics.org/text-recycling-guidelines https://textrecycling.org/what-is-text-recycling/ https://asm.org/Articles/2022/April/Let-s-Rethink-Text-Recycling

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Commented on Understanding text recycling and how to avoid self-plagiarism
Hi all, I have 3 great resources on this topic: https://publicationethics.org/text-recycling-guidelines https://textrecycling.org/what-is-text-recycling/ https://asm.org/Articles/2022/April/Let-s-Rethink-Text-Recycling

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Commented on Best Practices for PowerPoint Presentations Every Researcher Should Know
Avy and I are available if there are any follow up questions. Ask away here and we'll help out.

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Commented on Pre-clinical assessment of a water-in-fluorocarbon emulsion for the treatment of pulmonary vascular diseases
This is an interesting study of the delivery method. I'd imagine it could be repeated for any number of similar circumstances to determine proof of concept, as demonstrated here. Certainly an interesting series of possible studies. I'd wonder what sort of rescue efficacy it might demonstrate on pulmonary-comprised heart failure rats. Perhaps they are too far compromised from a chronic standpoint, but it might be interesting to see what acute impact it might have.

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Commented on Impaired Critical Speed in Mice with Sickle Cell Anemia
Sharp use of critical speed as a functional measure in this model. Critical speed/power should be seeing wider application in basic physiological research and in clinical work. Pretty easy puzzles all lined up for any clinician.