FAQ: How long do you take to peer review?

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Sep 04, 2017
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Answered by Professor David Rueda, Chair of Molecular and Cellular Medicine at Imperial College London.

  • - Usually this takes me about a full day of work 00:04
  • although I can't always put a full day of work in a block. 00:08
  • So what I do is I usually spread it 00:12
  • over a few days or maybe a week. 00:13
  • Sometimes I actually even put block time in my calendar 00:17
  • so I can make sure I have two, three hours in a given day 00:20
  • to make significant progress on that review. 00:24
  • Then it takes me about half a day 00:27
  • to write a meaningful review for that paper. 00:29
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Professor David Rueda

Professor and Chair of Molecular and Cellular Medicine , The Imperial College London

David is Professor and Chair of Molecular and Cellular Medicine at the Imperial College London in London, and Group Head at the London Institute of Medical Sciences of the Medical Research Council. He was initially trained as a Chemical Engineer (1997) and received his DSc in Physical Chemistry from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland (2001). He switched to Single Molecule Biophysics of nucleic acids during his postdoc at The University of Michigan at the interface of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. His research consists of developing and applying single molecule approaches to study the mechanisms by which protein and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) work together to regulate cellular functions such as DNA replication and repair.

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