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CalmAndCollected

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The spreadsheet (as well as just searching the forums here) can give you a good insight on what past applicants have felt about Baylor, as well as any other program you are curious about.

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Just to be clear, by neuromodulation, do you mean to ask if you can get ECT or TMS exposure in residency, or if you can get involved in research in things like deep brain stimulation? Most good residency programs should expose you to ECT and TMS (and likely allow you to do electives that allow for significant exposure), so I wouldn't worry to much about that.

As for if an program has faculty involved in a specific type of research, I would just reach out someone in the program and ask, as they are better suited in answering your questions that anyone in this forum.
 
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