Michigan Journal of Medicine Becomes Interprofessional
The U-M student-led clinical research publication extends invites to more U-M health professions students for submissions.
University of Michigan Medical School’s student-run Michigan Journal of Medicine is now accepting submissions from U-M health professional graduate students. This is a great opportunity for students to publish research they’ve been involved in.
Specifically, MJM invites manuscripts (must be first author) from: medical, pharmacy, dental, and biomedical sciences PhD (within medical school); Nursing PhD and Master level, and Public Health PhD and Master level. All topics must be medically related. Learn more about submitting to MJM.
The Michigan Journal of Medicine (MJM) is a peer-reviewed, student-led forum to bring high quality scientific and clinical research generated by U-M to the scientific community at large. Students occupy all editorial leadership roles for the journal and supply all content. The journal editorial work is conducted under the guidance of world-class faculty at the U-M Medical School, many of whom serve as editors for prestigious international journals such as JAMA and Spine.
MJM serves as a safe, bias-blind venue for young scientists to publish quality research, which will be accepted for publication based on the integrity of the methods. MJM is produced and published in collaboration with Michigan Publishing, a division of the University of Michigan Library.