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TheFancyPanda

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  1. Absolutely dreadful from what I've seen. Not enough faculty positions for the amount of PhDs universities pump out. Many of the post docs (psych/life sciences) I've worked with worked several years before landing a secure position. On the other hand, I've also seen PhDs/Post-docs go on to start their own companies in the genetics space. So I guess it depends where. Like what others above me have said.
  2. As far as I know compiling the database won't result in an authorship as that is only data collection/compilation. However, if you were involved in the analysis of the data or helped write certain parts of the manuscript, that counts. Also, +1
  3. Well, what kind of topics/kinds of research are you interested in? Cancer, genetics, epidemiological? It's important that you identify this first. If you'd like, I'd be happy to look over your CV/email and suggest improvements, if any.
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3419126/Doctor-attack.html What are your thoughts on her potentially not getting her medical license to practice as a result of this incident?
  5. Substances Santa uses bow strings to attack newborn, cowardly elephants, Socrates.
  6. I believe St George University of London is quite good as well. Also, there was some sort of program with the medical school at Glasgow University with the University of Alberta regarding residency. Might be interesting to look into OP. Best of luck
  7. Probably best not to bring it up during the interview
  8. Currently work in two psych/neuro labs! Love the experience and learn something new everyday! If you like what you do, keep doing it! Besides, it's also an opportunity for personal development and growth.
  9. Since you go to York, you should also check out labs at the University of Toronto and teaching/research hospitals in the area. There are so many opportunities!
  10. Ugh. I'm so jealous. I wanted to go to that! Too bad I have strep throat at the moment
  11. I believe this should help with the pep talk as well. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nuHfVn_cfHU
  12. Indeed. A step forward in the right direction
  13. I'm not sure about this (maybe someone can confirm) but I believe the Adcom checks to see if you're actually published in what you claim to be published in. Having said that, it might be safer to also mention that this was in a student peer-reviewed journal.
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