May 22, 2015
It’s no secret that many pre-med students are interested in gaining research experience. Not only does it look good on a medical school application, but research can also help you stand out from other candidates, especially if you manage to publish.
The question is, how does an enterprising undergraduate pre-med student work for a research lab, and better yet, how can they be successful?
Who to ask about research experience
The availability of research jobs generally depends on the size of your college or university and its overall strengths. As a rule of thumb, larger, more research-focused, academically-oriented …...read more