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  1. Hi everyone, Currently a second year medical student. Was fortunate to get 3 publications during med school so far (especially given these unprecedented times) but I am a bit concerned because I am interested in matching to IM (particularly Toronto) yet 1 of these publications is in radiology and 1 is in anesthesia (was involved in anesthesia research prior to med school and it was just recently published). The last publication can be showcased/framed as being relevant to gastroenterology. Specifically, I am worried that the former 2 publications might question my commitment to IM though
  2. Hi everyone, Currently a second year medical student. Was fortunate to get 3 publications during med school so far (especially given these unprecedented times) but I am a bit concerned because I am interested in matching to IM (particularly Toronto) yet 1 of these publications is in radiology and 1 is in anesthesia (was involved in anesthesia research prior to med school and it was just recently published). The last publication can be showcased/framed as being relevant to gastroenterology. Specifically, I am worried that the former 2 publications might question my commitment to IM though
  3. So I've been trying to get a sense of how much staff cardiologists get paid. I know it varies by subspecialty (i.e. interventional cardiologists get paid on average more than the other subspecialty cardiologists) but I've noticed a huge range (600k-1m+). I also wanted to get a sense of how much staff cardiologists make at busy community sites such as Trillium vs. at academic centers. Also, do staff cardiologists who practice exclusively at community hospitals pay any overhead given that their clinic operates within the hospital? Is the pay comparable to what rads and ophthos make?
  4. Hi guys, I am a first-year medical student and have developed a blooming interest in ophthalmology. I will be applying for summer research opportunities relevant to the field. Given how competitive the field is and the sheer number of gunners it tends to attract, I was wondering if it was too late to try to gain competitiveness to match into the field. If not, what would you recommend I do to become competitive for ophtho specifically, would really appreciate the perspectives of those in the field especially.
  5. Hi guys, I am a first-year medical student and have developed a blooming interest in ophthalmology. I will be applying for summer research opportunities relevant to the field. Given how competitive the field is and the sheer number of gunners it tends to attract, I was wondering if it was too late to try to gain competitiveness to match into the field. If not, what would you recommend I do to become competitive for ophtho specifically, would really appreciate the perspectives of those in the field especially.
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