Meet Hennie Thomson
at the British Ecological Society Meeting
Will you be at the British Ecological Society meeting in December?
Taylor & Francis are excited to be attending the British Ecological Society Annual Meeting in Belfast (10th – 13th December). The theme of the conference is Celebrating Global Ecology, and as an international academic publisher we are keen to network at Europe’s largest and most influential conference dedicated to ecology.
We’ll be there as delegates, attending the Plenary Lectures/Themed Sessions and interacting with researchers at Workshops and Poster sessions to delve into the ecological community and hear insights on timely, innovative and important issues in the field.
We’ll also be there to share information about our wide-ranging portfolio of journals across ecology, natural history, plant, soil, animal and environmental science.
If you represent a learned society, Journal or organisation who may be interested in partnering with Taylor & Francis send an email to our Portfolio Manager to arrange a chat: Henrietta.Thomson@tandf.co.uk.
Portfolio Manager - Plant Science & Natural History Journals
I began my career in publishing working at Oxford University Press, and have been at Taylor & Francis since 2016.
In my role as a Portfolio Manager I work with journal editors and society partners to reach their development goals, increase quality and impact, and ensure we are reaching the widest network globally. I advise editors on all areas of the scholarly publishing process and stay up to date with industry developments including Open Scholarship initiatives, new technological innovations, ethical best practice and science communication.
I also work to grow our portfolio in the Plant Sciences by exploring possible new launches with existing partners and by forming new publishing partnerships with societies and associations. I seek to regularly communicate with our research communities, through attending conferences to promote our titles, meeting and talking with authors, editors, and societies, and giving presentations or participating in workshops.
Explore our journal collections below: