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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by vp826, Aug 5, 2006.

  1. vp826

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    I am researching the different summer research programs at Rutgers University. I don't quite understand how this programs work. Do we do research in labs from day one? Or do they teach the education required for the research then you proceed to the labs. There are a variety of programs with the neighboring medical schools. Can someone please breifly explain how this research programs work?

    Thanks in advance.
    Vishal :)
     
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  3. vp826

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    damn no replies :(
     
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    I would contact the program administrator. Not many people will have much experience with this specific program.
     
  5. Blue Planet

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    I would definitely get the details of the program from the program administrator, but most research programs involve you doing research from day one. Normally, you will pick a lab and work on a project in that lab. Some programs have a seminar series. I haven't heard of many that will "teach" you how to do research, since "learning" research mostly involves you being in a lab.
     

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