I found that most review screening editors are fresh PhDs, often lacking deep experience and diverse knowledge about the subject they review. They can't distinguish between what is the most pressing need to the field and where is the current state of knowledge stands. By checking the published articles, it looks like they prefer fanciness and confusing complexities over real concepts and solid conclusions. It's pity that our manuscripts are being judged by individuals without years of bench experience and lacking field expertise. They may come from big institutions but that doesn't mean they are matured enough to pass judgement about manuscripts/work (whether to send for peer review or not) that originates from well experienced scientists.Read more
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