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Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by iPremed, Dec 4, 2008.

  1. iPremed

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    Is bench research looked at more favorably than say making a research project (like something to do with smoking for instance) which would be more focused on statistics and prevention? Would psych research be adequate? I know I shouldn't do things to just "check off" but I don't want to miss anything either.

    Is it important to get a paper out of it? How much research is recommended?
     
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  3. Made of Dreams

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  4. TexasPhysician

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    Research is research no matter what field you do it in. Publications are a DEFINITE plus.
     
  5. derArzt

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    Is submitting an abstract a plus? It's not a publication, or is it?
     
  6. richse

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    If you present the abstract at the conference that you submitted to then yes it would be a plus.
     

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