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    Publishing Literature Review in an Undergraduate Journal

    Hey guys! I hope y'all are safe during this pandemic. I've recently written a literature review on some treatments for Alzheimer's Disease. It's a paper I'm extremely proud of because it took me A LONG time and a lot of research. I was told by a friend (who is also a pre-med) to publish it in...
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    How to best guess which journal I have a better chance of getting accepted to?

    Hi everyone, I am writing a paper and am trying to decide if submitting to a journal with a high IF means it is automatically much more difficult to get accepted. This is my first 1st author paper, and first paper I'm submitting period. I am interested in the Journal of Environmental...
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    PhD/PsyD How to get published

    I have over four years of experience in academic research at different places, been on multiple projects and performed many tasks but never gotten my name on a paper. It is an incredibly annoying occurence and pretty sure it ended up costing me the PhD applications. Any advice is appreciated.
  4. Cashmeous

    Should I pay the open-access fee?

    The journal I am planning to submit my manuscript to has an "open-access fee." In the best-case scenario, it will be accepted, and I will have to choose between having it either open-access or not. My institution provides $1,500 of financial assistance (this is their maximum per article), but...
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    International Journal looking for good dental articles

    http://oaspubs.com/index.php/JCRD International dental journal looking for good dental articles to be published.
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    Looking for pre-med or med student interested in dermatology

    Hi, I am a dermatologist in Minneapolis, MN and am looking for a motivated pre-med or med student who wants to write up interesting case reports or small case series. I encounter interesting and unique clinical cases in my daily practice and am happy to mentor a student to write and publish...
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    Biology student but computational research only

    Hi guys, so I'm confused if this would seem odd on the AMCAS or to any medical school. I am currently a 3rd year human biology major but all my research experience includes using excel, gene pattern, heat map generators, R studio, and mainly collecting data from TCGA (The Cancer Genome Atlas)...