Call for Reviewers
ISEE members may review and recommend proposal and abstracts that have been submitted for the ISEE Annual Conference within their areas of expertise. ISEE peer reviewers are considered the backbone of the conference educational experience and this peer process enhances the efficiency and maximizes the educational quality of the offerings to our conference attendees. All ISEE members are welcomed and encouraged to volunteer as a reviewer.
To ensure a fair assessment, every proposal is evaluated by a minimum of two volunteer peer reviewers. Led by the Conference Committee members, review teams will be given access to ISEE's submission site to evaluate the proposed sessions. Proposals are evaluated in a two-step process:
- Review and score proposals:
Reviewers will review submitted proposals via the ISEE website. A reviewer may expect to review and evaluate/score an average of 10-20 proposals in a given topic area. Proposals include the speaker information and subject matter content.
- Recommended Proposals:
After reading and evaluating proposals, reviewers will work with the Conference Committee in recommending proposals to include in the ISEE Conference programming.
- Be a current ISEE member
- Demonstrate subject matter expertise in one or more of the ISEE2020 topic categories selected for consideration:
There are many important health and topic areas in environmental epidemiology. If your topic area of expertise does not align perfectly with one of those listed below, please indicate the most approximate category.
|Outcomes/Health End Points||Exposures||Methods|
|Cancer & Cancer Precursors||Air Particulates||Big Data|
|Children's Environmental Health||Built Environment||Environmental Inequity|
|Infectious Diseases||Climate Change||Ethics|
|Medical Unexplained Symptom||Food & Nutrition||Exposure Assessment|
|Neurologic||Hazardous Waste||Field/Community Studies|
|Obesity/Metabolic Disorder||Heavy Metals||International Collaboration|
|Reproductive Health||Ionizing Radiation||Methodological Study Design|
|Pesticides||Omics Technologies including epigenomics, metabolomics, proteomics, the exposome and the microbiome|
|Occupation||Research Translation to affect Policy and Practice|
|Tobacco Smoke||Statistical Analysis|
|Water Quality||Susceptible Subpopulations|
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a reviewer.