June 29th, 2011
Some of the best medical journals in the country come from college towns. Small hamlets of culture and intellectualism where home security companies and officers help residents at night and trendy restaurants stay open for decades. Here are a few of our favorites:
Dermatology Online Journal: Published by the University of California, this medical journal is rife with information about the ever-changing dermatological field. Experts weigh in on complex issues like cancer, sun damage and even oxygenation making this journal a must read for dermatologists.
American Journal of Clinical Oncology: Published by the good folks at the American College of Radiation Oncology, this medical journal hits on everything cancer related, from surgeries to alternative medicine. Cancer patients and doctors alike read this journal for trending topics.
Journal of Medical Toxology: Though not technically a “college,” the American College of Toxology works hard to continue education on the science of toxology. This medical journal addresses substance abuse, drug interactions and new potent drug combinations so it’s a good read for physicians and pharmacists alike.
Some of the great think tanks of the world are in college towns, so it makes sense some of the world’s most influential medical journals come from them, too.