Translational Medicine Student Research in Translational Medicine journal SRTM SMSJ School of medicine students' journal smsjournal biomedical studies basic medical sciences clinical research public health medical education Original article Narrative review Systematic Reviews and Meta Analysis Short communication Visual practice Photo Video Study protocol Hypothesis Case report Editorial

The Student Research in Translational Medicine journal (SRTM), formerly published as  “School of Medicine Students’ Journal (SMSJ, eISSN: 2676-7597)”, is an international, peer-reviewed, and open-access scientific journal. The SRTM obeys the continuous article publishing (CAP) policy from 2022 on. In the SRTM some talented, fully trained and expert students, contribute under the supervision of university professors and editors. The SRTM also invites researchers and students in different medical fields to submit their researches in the translational medicine to SRTM.

The scientific topics of interest for the journal include biomedical studies, basic medical sciences, clinical research (in the entire medical specialties and sub-specialties), public health, and medical education that contribute to Translational Medicine. The SRTM publishes the following types of papers:

  • Original article 
  • Narrative review
  • Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
  • Short communication  
  • Visual practice (Photo/Video)    
  • Study protocol
  • Hypothesis
  • Case report
  • Editorial

     

The SRTM offers a fast submission to publication time, while maintaining the highest standards in peer review and editorial processes.

The PKP Preservation Network (PN) provides preservation services for Student Research in Translational Medicine journal. The SRTM has been accepted to archive content in the  LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) network to ensure a secure and permanent archive for journal content. It also signed a contract with the CLOCKSS (Controlled Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system. Although, The author(s) can choose to deposit by the SWORD plugin available in the author profile. The specified URL indicates a service document, and the author may choose which specific deposit point to use from that document. 

This journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.