Kudos Spotlights #8

We have 10 new authors appearing in the spotlights section of the Kudos website this month. Each of these authors have explained and shared their work in various ways, with some adding resources and their own perspectives to further support their work.

If you’d like to read more about how to get the most out of Kudos, click here.

Did you know?

Using Kudos to explain and share your work correlates to 23% increase in full-text downloads

Join us on the 31st August for an ‘Author Educational Webinar’, co-hosted by Altmetric, ORCID and Thomson Reuters. We will be discussing how to increase and measure the impact of your published work, providing useful hints and tips. Find out more and register here.

1. Ms Meta Killick

‘“Why didn’t we do this before?” the development of Making Safeguarding Personal in the London borough of Sutton’

What’s it about?

2. Dr Walter Wittich

‘How to measure dexterity in older adults with poor vision’

What’s it about? 

3. Dr Sohinee Sarkar

Sticky fingers make icky biofilms in E. coli superbugs

What’s it about?

4. Dr Katarzyna Szmigiel-Rawska

‘Collaboration in border regions’

What’s it about?

5. Dr Jason Powell

‘Risk, Ageing and the Extension of Working Lives’

What’s it about?

6. Dr Daryll M.Baker

‘Topical glycopyrrolate reduces axillary hyperhidrosis’

What’s it about?

7. Dr Megan E. Reitz

‘Analyzing and communicating action research data: Practical approaches to conveying the quality and texture of experience’

What’s it about?

8.  Philipp Kanske

‘How to regulate emotion? Comparing the neural correlates of reappraisal and distraction’

What’s it about?

9.    Dr Sam M. Illingworth

Are scientific abstracts written in poetic verse an effective representation of the underlying research?’

What’s it about?

10.  Dr Sean Ekins

‘Can Open Drug Discovery efforts contribute to a cure for the Zika Virus?’

What’s it about?

What is Kudos Spotlights?
To further support those featured in the Kudos Spotlight pages, we will be publishing fortnightly blog posts, which can be shared at any time by those who have been featured.
Our aim is to highlight those researchers who are making great use of the Kudos toolkit to help their work stand out, and to provide inspiration to those seeking guidance.

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