Last year, the editorial staff at MSRJ invited medical students to enter our submission contest. This contest was open to any medical student author who submitted during the contest dates. Authors had the chance to win a $300 scholarship in each of the following categories: Best Original Research, Best Review, Best Reflection, and Best Case Report. The response we received to this call was overwhelming. Our submission rate greatly increased during this contest time with amazing articles from around the globe. Throughout the year, our staff tirelessly reviewed these articles and after much deliberation, we are very pleased to announce the winners of this contest! Listed below are our winners in each category including a short biography of the research team.
MSRJ – Volume 3 – Spring 2014
Dr. Stephanie Watts, professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at MSUCOM, spoke to MSRJ elective students about scientific communication and publishing. Continue reading
MSRJ staff from all campuses and all classes got together for an evening of fun! Continue reading
Dr. Henry Barry, professor in the Dept. of Family Medicine and Associate Chair for Academic Affairs at MSUCHM spoke to MSRJ elective students about peer reviewing and evidence-based medicine.
MSRJ expands its profile at multi-institutional medical student conference sponsored by APAMSA in East Lansing, Michigan
Dr. Janet Osuch, breast surgeon and Assistant Dean of Preclinical Curriculum at MSUCHM, spoke with MSRJ elective students about experience publishing research and handling difficult feedback.
It’s the first meeting and our “Introduction to MSRJ” Elective is off to a fast start!