The Michigan Journal of Medicine (MJM) is a peer-reviewed, student led forum to bring high quality scientific and clinical research generated by the members of the University of Michigan 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 University of Michigan Medical School, many of whom serve as editors for prestigious international journals such as JAMA and Spine. The 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. The MJM is produced and published in collaboration with Michigan Publishing, a division of the University of Michigan Library.

Submissions must be submitted online using the submission form below and should be submitted by a medical student author of the manuscript. The submitting author takes responsibility for the article during submission and peer review.

MJM is now accepting submissions from all University of Michigan health professional doctoral students. The following students are eligible to submit manuscripts (must be first author): medical, pharmacy, dental, biomedical sciences PhD (within medical school), Nursing PhD, Public Health PhD (must be medically related). The deadline is coming up fast, so please submit by September 30. All submissions with be screened initially to determine if they meet the intended scope of MJM. If you have any questions prior to submitting, email dcron@med.umich.edu or jlinzey@med.umich.edu.

Ends on April 30, 2018

To submit a Medical Innovations manuscript, please download the submission template:

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mjm/templates/BM_Template.docx

Fill out the template completely. Each section (Title page, Article Body and Tables, Figures and Captions) will need to be saved as a separate document and uploaded separately. Feel free to delete the footer on the templates.

Ends on April 30, 2018
Perspective articles are brief pieces covering a wide variety of topics of relevance to health care and medicine. Articles are limited to 1200 words and usually include one figure or table. Maximum of 7 references.
Ends on April 30, 2018

To submit a Case Report, please download the submission template.

Fill out the template completely. Each section (Title Page, Abstract, Article Body and Tables, Figures and Captions) will need to be saved as a separate document and uploaded separately. Feel free to delete the footer on the templates.

Please use this paper "How to write a patient case report" as a guide for writing your manuscript as well as this guide for proper patient de-identification.

Ends on April 30, 2018

To submit an Original Research Article manuscript, please download the submission template.

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/m/mjm/templates/OR_Template.docx

Fill out the template completely. Each section (Title Page, Abstract, Article Body and Tables, Figures and Captions) will need to be saved as a separate document and uploaded separately. Feel free to delete the footer on the templates.

Brief Communications are reports of smaller portions of larger projects; for example, a student may report their piece from a 10-week SBRP project of a larger basic science effort. Data published through this means will be able to be published as part of a larger study, as long as appropriate mention of this publication is made.

To submit a Brief Communication regarding Original Research manuscript, please download the submission template.

Fill out the template completely. Each section (Title Page, Abstract, Article Body and Tables, Figures and Captions) will need to be saved as a separate document and uploaded separately. Feel free to delete the footer on the templates.

Ends on April 30, 2018

To submit a Review Article, please download the submission template.

Fill out the template completely. Each section (Title Page, Abstract, Article Body and Tables, Figures and Captions) will need to be saved as a separate document and uploaded separately. Feel free to delete the footer on the templates.