virajpatel

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Hi,

Is there is a specific kind of research you'd recommend pursuing for a future in OMFS?
 

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What it's gonna do to your life for the next ~ 8 years if you decide to pursue it :eek:
 
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I guess omfs research . I don't really know what else to say...

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virajpatel

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Well what I meant was, are there any limitations to what kind of research you can go into. We have different departments here, eg. tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, cancer biology and therapeutics or even clinical, population and educational research. That's what I meant, but I suppose I get the idea from your responses. May I direct message either of you? @Fyz @spressomfs
 

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You can do whatever research you want. Preferably OMS research, and publishing in JOMS is always a bonus. But OMS is mostly a numbers game, and you shouldn't sacrifice your grades or CBSE scores by doing more research.
 
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Well what I meant was, are there any limitations to what kind of research you can go into. We have different departments here, eg. tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, cancer biology and therapeutics or even clinical, population and educational research. That's what I meant, but I suppose I get the idea from your responses. May I direct message either of you? @Fyz @spressomfs
Yes, you may PM me. But all and all, any type of research looks good but an application as long as it is medically oriented. Whether tissue engineering, public education, etc. etc. It all looks good. Especially with a publication

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Well what I meant was, are there any limitations to what kind of research you can go into. We have different departments here, eg. tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, cancer biology and therapeutics or even clinical, population and educational research. That's what I meant, but I suppose I get the idea from your responses. May I direct message either of you? @Fyz @spressomfs
Choose a subject that interests you.
 
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