Wiley UniDay

Getting Published as an Early Career Researcher

The University of Adelaide
Napier Building, Lecture Theatre 102
259 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
April 16, 2019
10:00am – 12:00pm CST

About the Event

Wiley prides itself on thought leadership and innovation, with a 200-year heritage of quality publishing. Over this time, we’ve come to understand that being an Early Career Researcher is difficult, even without the challenges of trying to get your research published.

To help you overcome these obstacles, Wiley, in partnership with The University of Adelaide, has organised a special event – the Wiley UniDay, to address the challenges you face and increase your chances of getting published.

This event features a panel of prominent journal editors, publishing experts and research publishing professionals. Together, the speakers will provide valuable insight from their different perspectives in the world of research publishing and give you the information they wish they’d known as an Early Career Researcher.

Event Information

  • 16 April 2019, 10:00am – 12:00pm CST
  • Napier Building, Lecture Theatre 102
    The University of Adelaide


Contact Us

Finn Murphy
Senior Specialist, Digital and Field Marketing, Wiley
T +61 (0) 3 9274 3251 / M +61 (0) 439 303 168
Email: fmurphy2@wiley.com


Dr Rachel Roberts

Associate Editor
Clinical Psychology

Dr Bryan Howieson

Australian Accounting Review

Professor Claudine Bonder

Head of the Vascular Biology and Cell Trafficking Laboratory
Centre for Cancer Biology Adelaide

Dr Martin Jones

Associate Editor
Australian Journal of Rural Health

Dr Witold Bloch

ARC DECRA fellow
University of Adelaide

Michelle Head

Journal Publishing Manager


Time Topic/Subject Speaker
10:00am-10:45am Publishing 101 for Early Career Researchers Michelle Head
10:45am-12:00pm Panel Discussion
  • Tips for Early Career Researchers and increasing your chances of getting published
  • What you wish you’d known as an Early Career Researcher?
  • How to promote your research
  • Publishing ethics
  • Representation in research
  • Q + A with panel and audience

Rachel Roberts

Bryan Howieson

Claudine Bonder

Martin Jones

Witold Bloch

12:00pm-12:30pm Refreshments and networking session