operaman

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In light of the discussion about people putting fake pubs/research on their application...

An article that was listed as "accepted" is now in press and I sent back the corrected proofs to the publisher.

No PMID yet.

Thoughts on sending a pdf of the corrected proofs pre-interview?

Thank you!
 

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Don't do it. You can bring the proofs to the interview when you come, but otherwise, don't contact them about it. It's not a big enough of a change to make a difference.

Now, if you hadn't published something and then it got accepted, that might be worth an update. Maybe.
 

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In light of the discussion about people putting fake pubs/research on their application...

An article that was listed as "accepted" is now in press and I sent back the corrected proofs to the publisher.

No PMID yet.

Thoughts on sending a pdf of the corrected proofs pre-interview?

Thank you!
Wouldn't bother. Accepted v in press is a relatively meaningless distinction to the programs. Also some journals are notoriously cranky about proofs being confidential/embargoed so I wouldn't send out the PDF to every program.
 
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