The draft Guidelines include 4 styles, one of which should be used in the literature review, master's thesis or dissertation. For more information on each of the styles, click on the links below:
Similarities Among the 4 Styles:
Differences Among the 4 Styles:
For more information, see Guidelines for Preparing the Master's Literature Review, the Master’s Thesis & the Doctoral Dissertation, the official text that provides information about the requirements of the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences, and the American Medical Association Manual of Style 10th edition (also available on Reserve in the Health Sciences Library, Call # WZ 345 A511 2007).
For copies of NYMC dissertations or Master’s theses from on or before 2018. Note: After 2018, Literature Reviews will no longer be cataloged in NYMCat.
For digital (only) copies of NYMC Master's theses or dissertations from on or before 2018:
For NYMC Master's theses or Dissertations from 2019 on (digital only), you can also search Touro Scholar. We are currently working on cataloging these in NYMCat.
Note: Theses, Dissertations, and Literature Reviews in print cannot be removed from the library, but may be scanned or copied. Theses are shelved in closed stacks. To see print copies, provide author and title information at the Access Services Desk or call (914) 594-4200 to arrange to email this information ahead of time, so that the theses will be waiting for you.