Dr. Stephanie Watts, professor of Pharmacology and Toxicology at MSUCOM, spoke to MSRJ elective students about scientific communication and publishing. Continue reading
A brief introduction to Traditional vs. Open-Access Publishing arguments and problems:
It’s the first meeting and our “Introduction to MSRJ” Elective is off to a fast start!
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.
MSRJ is known around the world. Authors from many different countries submit articles, check out where our authors are from!
After much anticipation our latest issue, Volume 2 – Spring 2013 has now been published!
[dropcap style=”font-size: 60px; color: #18453B;”]D[/dropcap]r. Solomon, an author, expert reviewer and editor gave medical students experience driven advice on February 13th, 2013. Dr. Solomon first informed the students of his expertise and then opened the floor to questions. Often reviewers struggle with giving constructive feedback to the authors; to this, Dr. Solomon noted it is important to be specific.