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Publication question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Barton, Apr 6, 2002.

  1. Barton

    Barton Senior Member
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    Hey all you research dudes, here's my quandry. I was updating my resume last night (yeah, i'm cool: friday night tweaking my resume), and i have a question about how to list publications. I published 3 abstracts last year (studies A, B, and C). Then this year, I published the entire manuscripts for the same studies (A, B, and C). Do I still list the abstracts as publications? Do I have 3 publications or 6? I don't have much experience with this type of stuff, so any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
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  3. imtiaz

    imtiaz i cant translate stupid
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    What do you mean published abstracts? At presentations at conferences? Where did you "publish" abstracts?
     
  4. Barton

    Barton Senior Member
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    My abstracts were presented at the Society of Nuclear Medicine's annual conference. All abstracts presented at the conference are published in a supplement to the Journal of Nuclear Medicine's June issue (like a big book of abstracts that comes with it).
     
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    i think you can list your abstracts as separate publications in addition to your full articles.
     
  6. imtiaz

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    You definitely can list those as presentations, then. If you know the details you can write what conference and the date(s) it went on. I don't know if they could be listed as abstracts though. I'm not sure. But I had one conference talk that I did and I was an author of another presentation (not given by me) at a conference. I listed both as conference presentations. Hope this helps.
     
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    List the papers and abstracts separately. The abstracts should have a notation that names the conference since abstracts technically aren't really considered publications.
     
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    Technically abstracts are considered publications according to my PI, but realistically, it's just an abstact. :p
     
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    oftentimes all of the abstracts at a particular meeting get published together as a supplement to a journal. if that's the case, you will be able to reference the abstract just as you would a manuscript. regardless, i would list abstracts and manuscript publications seperately.
     

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