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Yale University School of Medicine

Undergraduate Research Assistant

June - August 2019 • New Haven, CT

What I liked

Amazing research experience and networking opportunities. I was able to conduct my own research project under the guidance of a very accomplished PI and Post-Doc at Yale. On top of that, I was able to present findings at lab meetings as well as a national conference! Truly an amazing time filled with hardcore research, networking with MD/PhD students, professors and doctors!

What I wish was different

Advice

If you can get into research at Yale, do not pass up on it! It will truly help you decide whether you want to conduct research and whether pursuing a PhD or MD/PhD is for you!
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Cytology And Histology Lab Slide Tech

July - August 2019 • New Haven, CT

What I liked

I liked that I could make my hours

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Clinical Research Intern

May - December 2018 • New Haven, CT

What I liked

It has been extremely beneficial to learn more about the field of Clinical Psychology and take part in on-going research at the graduate level. It has also been exciting to learn more about disorders such as Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, Major Depressive Disorder, and Borderline Personality Disorder. This experience has helped me better understand the work I want to do and helped me carve out my next steps towards getting a graduate degree.

What I wish was different

Advice

There is no rush in getting your graduate degree! Take some time to explore your field of study- whether it be through volunteering, internships, or jobs- and see what the work is all about. It will for sure help you decide if you are passionate about the field and the work, and it's great experience to have when applying for graduate programs.
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