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Include co-authored presentations on AMCAS?

Discussion in 'Physician Scientists' started by schiller, 05.16.14.

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  1. schiller

    schiller

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    I'm applying MD/PhD and I am wondering if it is good to include oral presentations for which I was not the presenter but I am listed as a co-author, in the work/experiences section of AMCAS. I have 3 that I could probably lump into one experience, one of which I am listed as the second author, and another which was given in the plenary session of a major conference. I don't think I'll have a problem with the 15 experience limit either way.

    If I should list them, is it a good idea to lump them together if they all came out of the same lab?

    Thanks in advance for the help!
     
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  3. gbwillner

    gbwillner Pastafarian Moderator Emeritus 10+ Year Member

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    List it as a published abstract (which it probably was) or presentation. I would avoid any semblance of confusion about who the presenter was- thus I would not list it as a oral presentation, personally. If the three talks were about different topics/projects, then yes they should be separate entities in your CV.
     

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