Pre-conference Workshop



Scientific writing, is an indispensable step of the scientific process. The ability to effectively communicate research findings is crucial for success in the pharmaceutical sciences.


Graduate students are encouraged to publish early and often, and professional scientists are generally evaluated by the quantity of articles published and the number of citations those articles receive. It is therefore important that undergraduate and graduate students receive a solid foundation in scientific writing early in their academic careers.

Meet The Speaker

Prof. Dr. Sarinah Low Wah-Yun

Faculty of Medicine,

University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur

PUBLISHING, as we all know, is an important business for academics and people write for various reasons - altruism, career advancement, job promotion, fulfilling a minimum requirement for annual performance and so forth.  Dissemination of research findings is an essential part of the scientific research process, and writing in scientific journal is a means of communication of the research findings.  Thus, for academics and researchers, the old adage “publish or perish” has never been truer.  

This workshop is held as a response to meet individual and institution’s needs to enhance research and acquire specific knowledge and skills to write and publish a scientific manuscript. 


This workshop targets students, researchers and academic staff who conduct research and need to develop successful scientific writing skills.  


It deals with the nuts and bolts of getting papers published in peer-reviewed journal.  


Participants will be taught the importance of paper writing and publishing, the structure of a scientific paper and understand the process of paper submission and peer-review, dealing with paper revision and rejection, and publication ethics. 


Thus, this Workshop hopes to boost participants’ self-confidence and help students and academic staffs alike in developing scientific writing skills with the purpose of publishing papers in high-impact journals.