High-Quality Peer Review of Clinical and Translational Research

About this video

Peer review is critical to the integrity and validity of scientific progress. A high-quality peer review of a manuscript provides value to the authors, editors, and the reviewer and facilitates the evolution and dissemination of the best science.

Join our interactive webinar session with Dr. Fred Kusumoto & Dr. Viviany Taqueti to learn a practical approach to the peer-review process. You can expect to learn about: - Core principles of high-quality review - Checklist for reviewing the manuscript sections -Role of peer review in the scientific publishing process -Individual & societal benefit of the peer review process.

About the presenters

Dr. Viviany Taqueti

Viviany Taqueti, MD, MPH, FACC is a cardiologist, clinical investigator and Director of the Cardiac Stress Laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Faculty at Harvard Medical School. She is a cardiovascular imaging specialist with expertise in applying advanced imaging technology to phenotype cardiovascular outcomes in ischemic, cardiometabolic, and inflammatory heart disease.

Dr. Taqueti graduated summa cum laude from Harvard with a concentration in biochemical sciences, and magna cum laude from Harvard Medical School through the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology with a focus in immunology.

Dr. Fred Kusumoto

Fred Kusumoto, M.D., is an electrophysiologist and the Director of the Heart Rhythm Services Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. His clinical practice focuses on heart rhythm disorders including atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, bradycardia, and ventricular arrhythmias and the treatments for these disorders including ablation, pacemakers, and defibrillators.

Dr. Kusumoto's research interests include evaluation of quality of life and healthcare outcomes with electrophysiology procedures, particularly in the elderly and use of implantable cardiac devices.