According to the APPIC survey data, about 1.3% of survey respondents (n=29) had 10+ peer-reviewed journal publications (accepted or published) when they applied for internship. Assuming that the 2228 who answered this survey question were representative of the 4199 applicants as a whole, roughly 58 people applied with 10+ peer-reviewed publications. My question is, where do these "super publishers" match? It seems like anyone with that level of publications at internship app time is very likely going the research / academic route and may even be at a disadvantage at less research-oriented internship sites (which, let's face it, is most of them, as internship is a primarily clinical year/focus) just because they seem so research-focused. Of course, one can have excellent qualifications in both publications and clinical work, but my guess would be that having 10+ publications on your APPIC app definitely sticks out to sites as an indication of great interest in research, regardless. Any idea, anecdotal or otherwise, where these "super publishers" tend to end up matching?