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  1. Thank you! Yes, as far as I know if i were to get involved there would be other investigators I would be working with :).
  2. Thank you! Yes, as far as I know if i were to get involved there would be other investigators I would be working with :).
  3. Hey everyone, I'm a first year student and had a question about something. A close family member is an investigator involved with research that I would be super interested in helping out with. However, (and I might be counting chickens before they hatch) I'm wondering if this would look bad. Prior to medical school, my resume wasn't really related to anything this family member does. However, now I am curious if doing this could be problematic if it ever progressed to the point of wanting to put it on residency applications etc. Thoughts? Thanks!
  4. Thank you for your input! If you don't mind me asking, would this be for similar reasons as the above posters?
  5. Thanks a bunch for the advice! Both of you were very helpful. The slowly gaining independence thing while having a safety net thing is a great point, and certainly not impossible. The financial persuasion is a possibility, but Ottawa tuition isn't cheap (more expensive than UBC) so that would be very expensive too. In hindsight this might have been a stupid thread lol, but will sleep on it and make a decision :)
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