From article to art: Creating visual abstracts - Parts 1 & 2: A Guide to Visual Abstracts

About this video

What is a visual abstract and why should you use visual abstracts in your research? How can you create a visual abstract and what message from your research should you select? Hear from Michelle Feng He and Ginny Pittman, as they guide you through visual abstracts in parts 1 & 2 of our "From article to art: Creating visual abstracts" module.


About the presenters

Michelle Feng He
Michelle Feng He

Publisher, Elsevier

Based in New York, Michelle joined Elsevier from Springer Nature where she developed the journal strategies across their oncology, surgery, pathology, and life-sciences programs. Her interests and strengths lie in data science, society partnership management, and reviewer engagement programs. As a Publisher, Michelle’s first priority is ensuring that all journal stakeholders have the necessary data to make strategic decisions regarding the impact and growth of their journals.

Ginny Pittman

Executive Publisher, Elsevier

Ginny leads the orthopedics portfolio in the US, with 18 open access and subscription journals. She has over 25 years of experience in scholarly research publishing and educational product development, making an impact in the healthcare and life sciences fields at Wolters Kluwer, Mary Ann Liebert Publishers and Wiley-Blackwell. She has presented to author communities at medical institutions globally and has created new approaches to portfolio development, metrics, and author/editor training and tools, earning multiple awards for innovation.