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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by lesstalkmorock, Apr 22, 2004.
What is your research on?
Seriously, I want to know.
the incidence of parasitic bacteria in an estuarian environment, and if they possibly keep the #'s of harmful G- bacteria in check.
This makes me cool by the way.
My research project I ended in May 2003 was Bacterial Angular Leafspot Disease Resistance in Fragaria. Genetics project at the USDA. Not fun.
This is my thesis (and thank god it's over...): "Is There A Fate Worse Than Death? Examining Quality Of Life And Its Place In Trauma"
The chemical breakdown of a pre-med gunner's cerebrospinal fluid. Alas, many a gunner was euthanized and decapitated for the sake of research.
Identifying Barriers to Participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Obviously not medically related.
I have spent the last year examining the brains of pre-med students via PET imaging to determine the difference between those with 3.5 GPAs and 3.49GPAs. This is an important research topic because, as we all know, there is a strict 3.5 cut-off at U.S. Allopathic schools.
that sounds really interesting. what did you find?
I detect land mines.
is that where the "dismembered" comes from?
the social and psychological impacts of cochlear implantation
To me, public health + private heath = medicine
My thesis: Physican knowledge acquisition and practice pattern change after completing an online chlamydia education course.
I can tell you all about what I do but then you'll most likely have no clue what I'm talking about so what's the point