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Editorial Board – Therapeutic Innovation & Regulatory Science 
Purpose. To participate in the selection process of articles for a peer-reviewed journal.

Key roles and responsibilities:

  • Review manuscripts for possible publication.
  • Suggest/serve as guest editor for special journal section.
  • Recommend new candidates for editorial board as needed.
  • Attend Editorial Board breakfasts at Annual and EuroMeetings.
  • Respond to occasional surveys sent by Managing Editor.
  • Solicit articles.

Skills and abilities needed to succeed:

  • Doctorate or professional degree preferred.
  • Experience in the peer-review process as either a reviewer or an author.
  • Ability to evaluate articles within own areas of expertise and provide guidelines regarding article revision.

Estimated time commitment and meeting format:

  • Approximately 10 articles per year for review (less than 5 hours per month).
  • If possible, two editorial board breakfasts per year in person.
  • Evaluate articles for journal awards.

Selection process:

  • Prospective Editorial Board members are asked to submit their CV for consideration.
  • Prospective members are asked to serve as guest editors, reviewing submitted articles.
  • Editorial Board is selected by Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief.
  • Editor-in-Chief extends formal invitation to join Editorial Board.

Volunteer benefits:

  • Contributes to maintaining and improving the quality of manuscripts published in the Therapeutic innovation & Regulatory Science.
  • Prestigious position impacting the content and quality of a scientific journal.
  • Complimentary registration to Euro and Annual Meeting.
Term limit:

One-year renewable term.


Editorial Board – Global Forum

Purpose. The Editorial Board Committee is a group of DIA members dedicated to contributing to, maintaining, and improving the quality of manuscripts published in the Global Forum and assisting DIA with recommendations for new topics and more robust publications.

Key Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Solicit/write and deliver at least three articles per year for publication
  • Suggest/serve as guest editor for special section 
  • Review manuscripts for possible publication 
  • Recommend new candidates for editorial board 
  • Attend Editorial Board meetings at Annual and EuroMeetings, if possible
  • Respond to occasional surveys from managing editor 
  • Participate in teleconferences with editor-in-chief and DIA staff (approximately 4 per year)

Skills and abilities needed to succeed:

  • Doctorate or professional degree preferred.
  • Ability to evaluate articles within own areas of expertise and provide guidelines regarding article revision.

Estimated time commitment and meeting format:

Invited to attend two Editorial Board meetings per year in person, if possible. These meetings are held in conjunction with the Annual and EuroMeetings.

Selection process:

Prospective Ed Board members are asked to submit their CVs for consideration for review by the managing editor and editor-in-chief.  The editor-in-chief extends a formal invitation to join the Editorial Board.

Volunteer benefits:

  • Contributes to shaping a new publication and improving the quality of manuscripts published in the Global Forum.
  • Complimentary registration to Euro and Annual Meeting. (This benefit is under review.)

Term Limits:

Members of the Editorial Board serve 2 year, renewable terms for a maximum of 4 years.