About the Journal
Aims and Scope
The University of Toronto Medical Journal (UTMJ) was established in 1923 and is Canada's oldest student run medical journal. The UTMJ publishes scholarly articles on a variety of important and timely topics that are relevant to our international readership.
This year, the UTMJ is celebrating the publication of its 98th volume. The UTMJ is currently accepting submissions for our upcoming issue on Vaccines & Immunity. The deadline for article submission is February 15th, 2021. The UTMJ also accepts articles on topics outside of our themed issues throughout the year. Interested authors can submit their articles through our Online Submission System. , For questions please contact the Editors-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org
The following article formats are routinely published by the UTMJ:
- Original research articles
- Review articles
- Case reports
- Letters to the Editor
Examples of each of these article formats can be found in our archive.
The University of Toronto Medical Journal publishes three online and print issues a year (January, March, and June) focused on three different themes. We welcome submissions at any time; accepted manuscripts that are theme-relevant will appear in the next issue. Those that are not theme-related will appear in subsequent issues at the discretion of the editorial team.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Sources of Support
The University of Toronto Medical Journal is part of the University of Toronto Medical Society Student Publications. The University of Toronto Medical Journal is generously supported by the University of Toronto Medical Society and its patrons.
The University of Toronto Medical Journal (UTMJ) was established in 1923 and is Canada's oldest student run medical journal. We publish original research articles submitted by researchers and medical professionals from around the world.