NIH Clinical Rotation

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  1. sunealoneal

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    Sorry, I don't know if this or the clinical rotation forum is more appropriate.

    http://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/training/students/electives/programs/radiation_oncology.html

    I'm curious if this is something I should be looking into once auditions come around. I wonder if a student would be able to see more unique pathology here. Would this experience be valuable? It'd certainly have the potential to be intellectually stimulating, but it'd be time away from a location that has a residency attached. If it had disproportionately good research dividends, maybe it'd be worth it?

    If it is worth it, is this a very competitive site? Would whoever is in charge be looking for specific research experience from the students who are applying here?

    Thanks for reading.
     
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