MSRJ Submissions

Here is a quick guide to understand what percentage of articles are submitted, reviewed and accepted at MSRJ!  Submissions statistics will be updated after every published issue. Look for more statistics as we continue to receive amazing manuscripts from talented medical students from around the world.

Submission Statistics

MSRJ is proud to announce that we have received over 27 submissions since the first submission to the journal in 2009. Entry styles have included case studies, brief reports, reviews, reflections and artwork. As an internationally recognized student research journal, MSRJ is receiving submissions from medical students around the world! We are excited to expand our reach to additional medical schools in the USA and internationally.

 

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MSRJ is working hard to improve the influx of submissions that are successful in making it to the review process (blue) and become accepted (red). The most important way to ensure this progress is to follow our guidelines (http://msrj.chm.msu.edu/for-authors/general-guidelines/). MSRJ looks forward to helping students publish and receive recognition for their time and efforts dedicated to research.

 

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Submissions stratified by journal volume

MSRJ Submission Statistics - 7-23-13

 

Blue (Reviewed): Percent of articles submitted that went through the review process

Red (Accepted): Percent of articles that went through the review process and were accepted with or without revisions

Green (Resubmit): Percent of articles that went through the review process and were asked to resubmit for review

Purple (Declined): Percent of articles that went through the review process and were not accepted for publication

 

Blue = Red + Green + Purple

 

Submissions statistics will be updated after every published issue. Look for more statistics as we continue to receive amazing manuscripts from talented medical students from around the world.

 

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Caela Hesano

Junior Editor
Caela Hesano is a third year medical student at Michigan State University’s College of Human Medicine. She received her B.S. in Brain Behavior and Cognitive Science from the University of Michigan. She is pursuing a career in Obstetrics and Gynecology and eventually a fellowship in Maternal Fetal Medicine.

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