The Journal for Minority Medical Students is a non-technical publication designed to inform its readers of the most pressing issues in medical education.
•Targeted to underrepresented minority medical students, residents, and faculty.
•Distributed to every U.S. medical school campus.
•Features columns by the AAMC, AMA, the Surgeon General, and others.
•Also includes Special Reports to highlight the work being done at the National Institutes of Health.
The Keepsake is designed as a guide to help minority undergraduates interested in a career in the health professions make their dreams come true.
•Targeted to underrepresented minority undergraduate students planning careers in medicine, dentistry, and nursing.
•Distributed to summer programs, undergraduate advisors, as well as the MED-MAR and other special mailing lists.
•Features articles on every step of the process of getting into health professions schools from tests to interviews.
The Young Scientist is a resource guide for graduate and undergraduate minority science students interested in research and biomedical science.
•Targeted to underrepresented minority students who want to pursue careers in research.
•Distributed at the annual ABRCMS conference as well as to other advisors and special mailing lists.
•Features career information and highlights research training programs at NIGMS, MARC, and summer programs across the country.