Janaynne Carvalho do Amaral

Janaynne Carvalho do Amaral

Postdoctoral Research Associate

PhD, Information Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro/Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

MAnth, Social Anthropology, Federal University of Goias, Goiás, Brazil

Room 5019, 614 E. Daniel St.

(217) 333-4994

jamaral@illinois.edu

Research focus

Scholarly communication, open peer review models, public engagement in research, knowledge exchange between scientists and the public, scholarly writing and science communication. My dissertation identified and described the peers, concepts, and models of open peer review associated with public participation in scientific journals.

Publications & Papers

AMARAL, JC. et al. (2023). Elements of scientific publication. Council of Science Editors, Style Manual Task Force. CSE manual: scientific style and format for authors, editors, and publishers. 9th ed. Council of Science Editors and The University of Chicago Press; Chapter 1. (in press).

AMARAL, JC. et al. (2023). Journal style and format. Council of Science Editors, Style Manual Task Force. CSE manual: scientific style and format for authors, editors, and publishers. 9th ed. Council of Science Editors and The University of Chicago Press; Chapter 27. (in press).

Amaral JC. (2022). Book review: a practical guide to scientific and technical translation: publishing, style and terminology. Science Editor,45 https://doi.org/10.36591/SE-D-4503-102

Amaral JC, Schultz J. (2021). Sophie Staniszewska and Richard Stephens: Democratizing science through public involvement. Science Editor, 44 (4). https://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/democratizing-science-through-public-involvement/ 

Amaral JC. (2021). New identities in peer review: who are they and why are they important? Science Editor, 44 (4). https://www.csescienceeditor.org/article/new-identities-in-peer-review/

Amaral JC. (2021). Fostering diversity and inclusion for editorial boards and publishing leadership. Science Editor; 44 (2):99-100 https://doi.org/10.36591/SE-D-4403-99