PhD. Degree

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  1. UAB

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    I?m a MD from an european university accepted in a 2 years research fellowship in an american medical school.
    I would like to know how it would be possible for me get the PhD. degree with my research done, is this possible ? Or I need to spend 5 years before get it doing a graduate program?
    Thanks.
     
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  3. none

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    Interesting question. I don't believe it is possible for you to get a PhD on work previously done outside of a formal academic program. The good news is you don't need one. Most research positions only require a doctorate of some sort and post-doctoral experience.
     
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    To my knowledge, only the European schools allow you to earn a PhD with research alone. Try Oxford and Cambridge. Both have programs like this.
     

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