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How to Get Involved in Meaningful Med School Research

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And what does “meaningful” mean?

  • This episode is about how med students should think about research projects, how to get involved, what to look for in a mentor, and realistic expectations for research in medical school.
  • Co-hosts Chandler, Jeff, Matt, and Faith talk with Robert Roghair, MD, the director of our Medical Student Research Program to find out what it means to do research during medical school.
  • Dave makes his co-hosts take a pop quiz on Holiday Season research posted at StudyFinds.org.  

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