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Pubs and Posters on Secondaries

Discussion in 'Physician Scientists' started by lazy, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. lazy

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    So some schools have asked for a list of presentations and publications on their secondaries. If I have given 2 poster presentations, but the contents of both were later published, should I bother citing the poster presentations?
     
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  3. soundnin

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    i definitely would.
     
  4. Neuronix

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    I do it on my CV, so why not do it on your application? If you submitted an abstract to a national or international meeting that was accepted, then made a poster and went to the conference and presented that poster, adcoms should definitely know about it.

    I'm not sure if there's any value in listing non-first author posters or posters presented at undergrad or local conferences. Whether to list those is more a matter of opinion.
     
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    Definitely yes especially since you were the speaker. Good job.
     

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