Scientific review paper example

Without experience doing reviews, it is likely that a good review will take a long time to complete (. > half a day).  However, it does get easier, and I believe that after practice, a good review can be completed within a couple of hours, provided you know the discipline well.

Sushama is doing her postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Dr. Hongtao Yu at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas TX. She obtained her PhD from the laboratory of Dr. Gary J Gorbsky at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), Oklahoma city, OK. She is interested in understanding the mechanisms that regulate mitotic progression in mammalian cell lines. She can be reached by email at @.

  Section of the paper What it should contain Introduction & Background

  • Make it brief (~1/5 of the paper’s total length).
  • Grab the reader's interest while introducing the topic.
  • Explain the "big picture" relevance.
  • Provide the necessary background information.
Body of the Paper
  • Experimental Evidence:  Describe important results from recent primary literature articles and
  • Explain how those results shape our current understanding of the topic.
  • Mention the types of experiments done and their corresponding data, but do not repeat the experimental procedure step for step. Examples
  • Point out and address any controversies in the field.
  • Use figures and/or tables to present your own synthesis of the original data or to show key data taken directly from the original papers.
Conclusion
  • Succinctly summarize your major points.
  • Point out the significance of these results.
  • Discuss the questions that remain in the area.
  • Keep it brief.
Literature Cited
  • Your instructor will give you a minimum number of references that you must use and cite in your paper.  Typically, at least 8-10 references are required.
  • Click here for how to handle citing sources.

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The recent cases of Joachim Boldt and Yoshitaka Fujii [38] in anaesthesiology have focussed attention on the role that journals play in perpetuating scientific fraud as well as how they can deal with it. In the Boldt case, the Editors-in-Chief of 18 specialist journals (generally anaesthesia and intensive care) made a joint statement regarding 88 published clinical trials conducted without Ethics Committee approval. In the Fujii case, involving nearly 200 papers, the journal Anesthesia & Analgesia , which published 24 of Fujii's papers, has accepted that its handling of the issue was inadequate. Following publication of a Letter to the Editor from Kranke and colleagues in April 2000, [39] along with a non-specific response from Dr. Fujii, there was no follow-up on the allegation of data manipulation and no request for an institutional review of Dr. Fujii's research. Anesthesia & Analgesia went on to publish 11 additional manuscripts by Dr. Fujii following the 2000 allegations of research fraud, with Editor Steven Shafer stating [40] in March 2012 that subsequent submissions to the Journal by Dr. Fujii should not have been published without first vetting the allegations of fraud. In April 2012 Shafer led a group of editors to write a joint statement, [41] in the form of an ultimatum made available to the public, to a large number of academic institutions where Fujii had been employed, offering these institutions the chance to attest to the integrity of the bulk of the allegedly fraudulent papers.

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  Section of the paper What it should contain Introduction & Background

  • Make it brief (~1/5 of the paper’s total length).
  • Grab the reader's interest while introducing the topic.
  • Explain the "big picture" relevance.
  • Provide the necessary background information.
Body of the Paper
  • Experimental Evidence:  Describe important results from recent primary literature articles and
  • Explain how those results shape our current understanding of the topic.
  • Mention the types of experiments done and their corresponding data, but do not repeat the experimental procedure step for step. Examples
  • Point out and address any controversies in the field.
  • Use figures and/or tables to present your own synthesis of the original data or to show key data taken directly from the original papers.
Conclusion
  • Succinctly summarize your major points.
  • Point out the significance of these results.
  • Discuss the questions that remain in the area.
  • Keep it brief.
Literature Cited
  • Your instructor will give you a minimum number of references that you must use and cite in your paper.  Typically, at least 8-10 references are required.
  • Click here for how to handle citing sources.

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Sushama is doing her postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Dr. Hongtao Yu at UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas TX. She obtained her PhD from the laboratory of Dr. Gary J Gorbsky at Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (OMRF), Oklahoma city, OK. She is interested in understanding the mechanisms that regulate mitotic progression in mammalian cell lines. She can be reached by email at @.

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  Section of the paper What it should contain Introduction & Background

  • Make it brief (~1/5 of the paper’s total length).
  • Grab the reader's interest while introducing the topic.
  • Explain the "big picture" relevance.
  • Provide the necessary background information.
Body of the Paper
  • Experimental Evidence:  Describe important results from recent primary literature articles and
  • Explain how those results shape our current understanding of the topic.
  • Mention the types of experiments done and their corresponding data, but do not repeat the experimental procedure step for step. Examples
  • Point out and address any controversies in the field.
  • Use figures and/or tables to present your own synthesis of the original data or to show key data taken directly from the original papers.
Conclusion
  • Succinctly summarize your major points.
  • Point out the significance of these results.
  • Discuss the questions that remain in the area.
  • Keep it brief.
Literature Cited
  • Your instructor will give you a minimum number of references that you must use and cite in your paper.  Typically, at least 8-10 references are required.
  • Click here for how to handle citing sources.

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