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Review for JMT

Information for Reviewers:

1) At a minimum, reviewers must have at least one first-author research paper published relating to medical toxicology.

2) Reviewers should review all JMT policies prior to reviewing.

3) Reviewers are chosen by decision editors based on classification matches.

4) Reviewers have one week to accept or decline an invitation to review.

5) Reviewers have two weeks to complete a review after accepting.

6) All reviews must be submitted via the Editorial Manager online program.

7) Any perceived conflict of interest must be reported to the decision editor immediately.

8) All completed reviews require confirmation that there is no conflict of interest on the part of the reviewer.

9) Average number of reviews per year is 1-4.

10) The reviewer application can be found here.

Reviewer Resources:

1) Dr. Mark Mycyk’s JMT Peer Review Workshop

2) Springer Peer Review Academy

3) Reviewing Manuscripts for Peer-Review Journals: A Primer for Novice and Seasoned Reviewers by Dr. Travis I. Lovejoy

4) Annals of Emergency Medicine: An Instructional Guide for Peer Reviewers of Biomedical Manuscripts

Thank you for your interest in becoming a reviewer for the Journal of Medical Toxicology!

Any questions can be directed to

Become a Reviewer

Thank you for your interest in reviewing for the Journal of Medical Toxicology. Please complete the application below and a member of our JMT Editorial Board will contact you.

JMT Reviewer Application

Contact Information

First Name*

Last Name*




Are you a member of the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT)? *

If not, please tell us which ACMT member(s) referred you.  


Please provide citation(s). At a minimum, reviewers must have at least one first-author research paper published relating to medical toxicology. Do not include letters to the editor
. *


Primary Board Certification? *  

Subspecialty Certification?  


Please indicate areas in which you have expertise: *
 Principles of toxicology
 Toxic drugs (related to the nervous system)
 Industrial, household, and environmental toxicants
 Natural products
 Agents of warfare and terrorism
 Analytical and forensic toxicology
 Toxic drugs (not related to the nervous system)
 Drugs of abuse
 Toxic gases
 Toxic envenomations
 Diagnosis and therapeutics
 Assessment and population health
 Veterinary toxicology

Other (Specify):

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