Publication/Writing Opportunity for Pre-Health Students in Science, Medicine, and the Humanities | MDR @ NYU

As the forerunner of dialogue between the humanities and natural sciences at New York University, the Medical Dialogue Review is a student publication established to bridge conventional boundaries between diverse disciplines and achieve a profound understanding of medicine and humanity. Our past issues can be found here:

This semester the Medical Dialogue Review is excited to continue expanding beyond the NYU campus and announce the return of our newest section! “Breakthroughs” is designed for short articles and accepts submissions from writers within and beyond the NYU community. These articles are limited to 500 words, and lend themselves to covering hot topics in medicine in a concise format (i.e., current topics inspired by popular science or journal articles like emerging infectious diseases, results of new clinical trials, discoveries/advances in medical technology, etc.)

Submissions are due on Friday, March 1st at 11:59 pm ET, and can be submitted through this form:

Feel free to reach out to or with any questions.

By Kristin McJunkins
Kristin McJunkins Director of Advanced Degree Applications & STEM Career Advising