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  1. No, I just did particularly well and thought it would add positively to my app
  2. I emailed them my transcripts a week ago (Thursday) and I got a response from the director (of cancer bio) saying thank you. That's all I know
  3. Was wondering if anyone else in this thread applied to that. Seemed like in past years it came out the 15th, and people on the Stanford page are asking if anyone has heard. I'm also still waiting on that, if anyone has heard. Also got rejected from MIT bio today if that is useful to anyone
  4. I just emailed SSQBio at Harvard (I sent an updated transcript to all my schools) and they let me know of rejection. Not sure if this means that they're done sending out interviews, but this may be helpful to some of you guys
  5. Got the same email after submitting an updated transcript. Should be by tomorrow
  6. Applied to Harvard BIG and SSQBio, opted for Systems Bio at Columbia
  7. Also applying to many NE schools. What departments did you select for Harvard, Columbia?
  8. Hey guys, kind of a niche question but if you have any insights please reply! I'm a junior thinking of applying to graduate schools in fall 2019. I have 5 years of summer experiences in various laboratories (all 10 week programs) and a lengthier stay in a lab at my current institution. While I've been accepted to some competitive summer programs and worked in some high profile labs, I have no publications and probably won't by the time I apply. Should I be worried about this/try to find a masters or postgrad environment where to continue doing research to aim for a publication, or shoot my shot in this coming fall? Otherwise, I envision my rec letters from the labs I've worked in are pretty solid, and I have a ~3.7 from an Ivy with a double major in Bio/Stats. The second question I had is regarding the program I'm looking for--after years of wet lab experience I'm thinking of a possibly switching out and aiming for a more computationally focused/systems biology PhD. Is admission to any more quantitative bio programs not feasible for me seeing that I have no real experience in a computational bio lab? Any suggestions and comments are very appreciated!
  9. Hey guys, kind of a niche question but if you have any insights please reply! I'm a junior thinking of applying to graduate schools in fall 2019. I have 5 years of summer experiences in various laboratories (all 10 week programs) and a lengthier stay in a lab at my current institution. While I've been accepted to some competitive summer programs and worked in some high profile labs, I have no publications and probably won't by the time I apply. Should I be worried about this/try to find a masters or postgrad environment where to continue doing research to aim for a publication, or shoot my shot in this coming fall? Otherwise, I envision my rec letters from the labs I've worked in are pretty solid, and I have a ~3.7 from an Ivy with a double major in Bio/Stats. The second question I had is regarding the program I'm looking for--after years of wet lab experience I'm thinking of a possibly switching out and aiming for a more computationally focused/systems biology PhD. Is admission to any more quantitative bio programs not feasible for me seeing that I have no real experience in a computational bio lab? Any suggestions and comments are very appreciated!
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