“How can I get my posters printed?” You got a couple of options here:
1- The School of Medicine’s Biomedical Communications Department provides printing services for a reasonable price http://www.med.wayne.edu/biomedcom/designservices.html Scroll through different templates here http://www.med.wayne.edu/biomedcom/downloads.html Make sure you check the poster criteria at the respective meeting you’re planning on attending. If you are not sure, you can almost never go wrong with a 4x4ft poster.
2- The VA’s Medical Media department also provides printing services, sometimes free of charge. You might need to have the VA’s logo on your poster. You can contact them by calling 3135763283 or 3135763524.
3- You can email your poster to the FedEx on Woodward Ave in Detroit and pick it up when it’s ready. Email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Office is located at 3670 Woodward Ave. Ste. 102, Detroit, MI 48201. Tel # 313.832.4806
Online searches: Get in touch with the Schiffman librarians for help with PubMed searches: http://library.wayne.edu/shiffman/services/liaison.php
Research Design and Analysis Consulting
The WSU Research Design and Analysis Unit provides assistance with the design of research projects and the statistical analysis of data.
The service is available free of charge to Wayne State University faculty, staff, post-doctoral students, and graduate students. You must have a faculty member on your project to qualify for this service.
Contact information: (313) 577-9992, RDAUnit@wayne.edu, http://clasweb.clas.wayne.edu/psychology/ResearchDesignandAnalysisConsulting
“Where can I publish?” This is a question that you need to discuss with your mentor. Aim for higher impact journals. Scroll here for a list of journals in Medicine and their impact factors http://www.scijournal.org/medicine-journal-impact-factor-list.shtml, keeping in mind that the impact is a changing characteristic of a journal.
You know how you can publish cases, reviews, and systematic reviews among other types of work? You can also submit unique images. Check NEJM’s Images in Clinical Medicine submission center http://www.nejm.org/page/author-center/images-in-clinical-medicine Other journals provide the same opportunity as well.
One of the best reference managers out there, EndNote allows you to arrange your references in an easy way, it links with Microsoft Word and you can import references to your manuscript in seconds. It provides you with options of referencing styles based on the journal you’re submitting to. Import your references to it, set up your library, and start the fun. You can purchase it from here http://endnote.com/ and you can find tutorials here https://www.youtube.com/user/EndNoteTraining