Nina Clark, MD
Jessica Millar, MD
Jon Williams, MD
Michael Englesbe, MD, University of Michigan
Erika Bisgaard, MD, University of Washington
Some tips from the episode:
- Even if you’re not destined for an academic career, getting involved in research early on can help you to participate with the scientific literature, understand data, and incorporate new research into your practice.
- Realistically, research is an important component of your ERAS application and your CV. It’s also a great opportunity to learn new skills and develop strong relationships with mentors.
- You came to medical school to become a doctor first – don’t forget that or let research take away from it. Your mentors have been through it and understand that things get busy.
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