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JBSA-FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas — The Borden Institute, an agency of the US Army Medical Department Center & School, Health Readiness Center of Excellence, invites the submission of topics for publication from Aug. 10 – Nov. 10, 2018.  All subjects and perspectives associated with the art and science of military medicine are welcome.  This includes textbooks, monographs, specialty books and history publications. 

Although the Borden Institute has numerous book projects in production, we encourage the submission of new topics for future publication consideration.  Please see our website at: for a complete publication list and author guidelines.

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Publication proposals should be between 3-10 pages in length and include the following information:

  1. Your complete contact information (name, address, e-mail address, phone number, and fax numbers; also clearly indicate the corresponding author or editor if more than one).
  2. Title of proposed book.
  3. Proposed table of contents.
  4. Main topic of book.
  5. Specific topics/themes to be discussed.
  6. Timeline for completion of the manuscript.
  7. Please answer: Why and/or how does your manuscript fit within the Borden Institute’s book series? How does your book uniquely contribute to military medicine?
  8. Submit files as e-mail attachments (MS Word or PDF format).

Submissions will be reviewed by the Borden Institute Publication Board and all potential authors and editors will be notified no later than 31 January 2019 regarding the status of their manuscript proposal.

Send proposals to:

Borden Institute
c/o Mr. Ernest Barner
3630 Stanley Rd. Bldg. 2841, Rm. 1326
Fort Sam Houston, TX 78234
Or email:

Please feel free to contact the Borden Institute with questions or further help with the submission process (210-221-0760;

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