Pointers for a candidate going into an interview at MGH?

Pointers for a candidate going into an interview at MGH?
2018-08-09T22:36:40Z 3
2018-08-09T22:36:40Z

Former Research Intern at Massachusetts General Hospital

over 1 year ago
You should definitely be ready to talk about your prior lab experience if you have it, and by that I mean demonstrate that you have a grasp of what you are researching and the significance of it, and not that "you are just doing tasks for your post-docs project." Showing this knowledge helps to convey a sense of passion for your research which is a plus in the interviewer's book.
2018-08-09T22:36:40Z

Former Registered Nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital

over 1 year ago
They require 4 references checks before they offer you a position, start asking around for references so you are prepared. The offer is rescinded if you cannot provide them quickly or they don’t respond in time. Have back ups.
2018-08-09T22:36:40Z

Orthopedic Research Assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital

over 1 year ago
Create personal connections with your interviewers— they are most likely your potential PIs or labmates. Show them your love for their research and that your a capable of learning a lot. Don’t go into the interview acting like you know the research subject because, chances are, you don’t know it as well as the MGH researchers.
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