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Old 12-03-2016, 07:07 PM   #1
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Default how to become a reviewer for Bioinformatics journals?

I would really like to offer peer-reviewing for the Bioinformatics/computational biology/cancer research journal or conferences. Anyone here have suggestions on how to become a reviewer for such journals?

Appreciate your help. Thank you
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Aside from people listing you as a suggested reviewer when submitting a paper, you could shoot an email to the editor and introduce yourself (mention the specific areas you can reasonably be a reviewer for).

Alternatively, submitting a paper to a journal seems to get you added to their "potential reviewer" pool (this is completely understandable, of course).
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You could also just do reviews on random F1000 research papers. The authors will appreciate it (because it means one less reviewer needed for indexing), and it will boost publicity around your suitability as a reviewer in other journals.
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You could also just do reviews on random F1000 research papers. The authors will appreciate it (because it means one less reviewer needed for indexing), and it will boost publicity around your suitability as a reviewer in other journals.
Thanks for this recommendation. It seems like a good opportunity to start reviewing manuscripts, since you can select one specific for your knowledge.

However, I haven't heard about this publishing platform before. But I will check it out.
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