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“During my time as a graduate student, I had the pleasure of interacting with a variety of researchers and scientists in the Department of Clinical Decision-Making and Healthcare at the Toronto General Hospital. Interactions with other graduate students, as well as research analysts and coordinators, provided me with a unique learning environment and truly enhanced my graduate experience.”
“During my time at UHN, I had the opportunity to interact with many exceptional students, researchers, clinicians and professors and the collegial environment was very important for my development. My graduate work gave me the opportunity to learn the “nuts and bolts” of all aspects of addressing biomedical problems. Importantly, I learned that medical research requires persistence and long stretches of work that do not necessarily lead to immediate results or rewards.”
“… I always felt at UHN that there was a strong interest in integrating disparate ideas; something I particularly appreciated as a computationally inclined student.”
“In addition to the resources available to me at UHN, my supervisor was always supportive of my decisions and willingness to try new things, which encouraged independent thought and insight. This provided me with an excellent training environment that was key to my career development, experiences that have been instrumental in my role as a Research Program Manager at Queen’s University in 2011.”
Great program for trainees interested in commercialization of research and entrepreneurship!
Information session is on January 26th at 11 am! https://t.co/GEN871BJ9r
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