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Authorship: Publishing in Science
Margaret Kripke, Ph.D., professor of immunology, executive vice president and chief academic officer, in a conversation with Robert M. Chamberlain, Ph.D., professor of epidemiology, sheds light on authorship as attribution of credit for written publications, and as a record of career achievements, as well as a major consideration for jobs and promotion. Other topics include the distinctions between authorship and acknowledgement, order of the author list, qualifications for authorship, when during the course of the research the author list is developed and much more.

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Title: Authorship: Publishing in Science
Summary: Margaret Kripke, Ph.D., professor of immunology, executive vice president and chief academic officer, in a conversation with Robert M. Chamberlain, Ph.D., professor of epidemiology, sheds light on authorship as attribution of credit for written publications, and as a record of career achievements, as well as a major consideration for jobs and promotion. Other topics include the distinctions between authorship and acknowledgement, order of the author list, qualifications for authorship, when during the course of the research the author list is developed and much more.
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