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Scholarly Research In Progress (SCRIP)

About the journal

The Journal of Scholarly Research in Progress (SCRIP) is a peer-reviewed journal aimed at promoting and disseminating student scholarly activity at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. The journal also serves as a venue to support students’ development of scientific writing skills and writing confidence. SCRIP invites all Geisinger Commonwealth students to contribute their original research articles, reviews, short communications, letters, editorials, literature reviews, case reports and cover art for consideration.

Information for authors

SCRIP is now accepting submissions from all Geisinger Commonwealth students for the 2024 edition. All submitted manuscripts will be peer-reviewed prior to a possible decision on acceptance for publication. Manuscripts must be submitted online using the link below and the corresponding author takes responsibility for the article during submission and peer review. The submission deadline is May 28, 2024. We recommend that you review the author submission guidelines, as well as the author consent/declaration form prior to submission. Inquiries may be sent to Sonia Lobo, PhD, at

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Call for student editors

We are always looking for students with experience in research and/or a strong scientific background who want to learn more about editorial processing and the publication process. The role of the student editor is to assist in the writing, peer review, publication and editing of content for the SCRIP journal. It is a great way to build your academic scholarship portfolio and to develop skills on the critical evaluation of manuscripts. Interested candidates may send their updated CV (that includes all relevant research and/or creative scholarship experience; all relevant writing, editing or peer critique experience) to with the subject “Application for Student Editor.”


Contact us

Sonia Lobo, PhD, RYT
SCRIP Editor-In-Chief
Associate Dean for Research and Scholarship