A Journal for the Young Researcher

The Intermountain Journal of Translational Medicine was established by Noorda-COM students, faculty, and staff in 2023. This peer-reviewed journal was created with the intent to support young researchers and provides a free, open-access outlet for all student, resident, or early career publications.

Students across the nation can submit publications or participate in the editorial and reviewing process. Whether through publication or review, IMJTM supports the development of future academics by encouraging student involvement and creating an outlet for student work to be submitted and published. Learn more about the journal’s scope or visit its site for more information. 

Join the Team

IMJTM is always looking to add to its editorial and review team! Students, residents, and physicians are welcome to apply.

Submit your Research

Clinical, translational, and basic science research–in the fields of medicine and biology–are accepted.