You can ‘do’ research in med school or undergrad, but no one’s going to just give you the opportunity
- If you want to be an author on a publication, you’ve got to be open with your lab about your goals.
- Go into research with the aim of improving your skills, and know exactly what skills you want to work on.
- Some kinds of research are easier to do and get published in medical school.
“Friederick” (not his real name) wanted to know more about how to get good research positions in undergrad and medical school. But what does ‘good’ mean in that context? MD/PhD students Miranda Schene and Riley Behan, M1 Grant Stalker, and M4 Emma Barr have thoughts on how to look for an opportunity to publish, how best to understand the job of being an research assistant, and how to approach the principle investigator with your goals.
Riley discusses her impending nuptuals, and how she’s been thinking about a COVID wedding in late 2021, and the gang practices delivering bad news–diseases that Dave generated on some website–with Emma as the instructor.
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