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Scientific Writing

Provides resources for writing journal articles, posters, and presentations.

Our new NYU Fellowship code is 645517.
Use this to submit manuscripts to BMJ Case Reports, Veterinary Record, or In Practice.

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BioMed Central (BMC) publishes over 200 journals in the fields of science, technology, and medicine (see A-Z List). All of their original research articles are made freely accessible via Open Access.
 
When you publish your research with BioMed Central click here and follow the "Submit a Manuscript" instructions. BMC will calculate at 15% discount with your submission provided you (1) denote NYU as your institution and (2) use your NYU Medical Center email address in the contact information.

 Karger

NYULH is now able to provide Author Fee Discounts for all KARGER journals with our new Open Science publishing agreement. Corresponding authors affiliated with NYU are eligible for full coverage of APC and Authors ChoiceTM publication fee and all additional costs for articles published in full Open Access and hybrid journals (subscription journals with an Open Access option): https://www.karger.com/open-access/submit-and-publish-open-access

 

  1. Submit your research using your institutional affiliation (ideally using ORCID). Please note that eligibility is based on the corresponding author's affiliation.
  2. Upon acceptance, choose the Gold Open Access option in your author publishing agreement form and select a creative commons license
  3. Authors are advised to check any funder or institutional mandates, for example, research-funded authors may need to choose CC-BY (Creative Commons Attribution License)
  4. To find out more about publishing Open Access please visit our publishing Open Access information page or contact oaqueries@cambridge.org