Becoming a Reviewer
Getting involved in the peer review process can be a highly rewarding experience that can also improve your own research and help to further your career.
If you're just starting out as a reviewer, don't be deterred. The editors are often looking to expand their pool of reviewers, which means there will be a demand for your particular area of expertise.
Who Can Become a Reviewer?
In short, anyone who is an expert in the article's research field.
Editors might ask you to look at a specific aspect of an article, even if the overall topic is outside of your specialist knowledge. They should outline in their invitation to review just what it is they would like you to assess.
All in all, you simply need enough specialist knowledge to evaluate the manuscript and provide constructive criticism to editors and authors. What's more, a good reviewer can be at any stage of their career.
The reviewer can improve his Experience, Publons Profile, and Peer Review Activity.
You can use This Form to submit your information as a reviewer.