I am very pleased to announce that Roohi Ghosh has graciously agreed to join The Scholarly Kitchen as a regular contributor. Roohi is the ambassador for researcher success at CACTUS. She is passionate about advocating for researchers and amplifying their voices on a global stage. With over 17 years of experience in the field, she understands the unique challenges that researchers face and the importance of their work in advancing knowledge and improving society. She co-chairs the Peer Review Week committee, ALPSP’s Open Peer Review Special Interest Group and the EASE India Chapter and serves on various other committees, including the Scholarly Kitchen Cabinet.
As we move further into an era where the researcher author is seen as the primary “customer” for publishing services, Roohi’s work directly with authors can help further provide that perspective in the Kitchen. We’re also pleased to add to our geographical diversity with the viewpoints of another author not based in the US/UK/EU. Please join me in welcoming Roohi, her previous guest posts can be found here, and her first official post as a Chef, “The Peer Review Renaissance: An Urgent Call for Transformation“, is now available.