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  1. @HawaiiLee808 Hi! Thanks a lot for your reply. I would like to know why you think my profile is a bit odd for a neuroscience PhD program? I have a very good research experience close to 3 years in electrophysiology, right from designing experimental paradigms to data acquisition to EEG analysis. Yes, I have worked in a traditional neuroscience lab, which is a part of a company that manufactures EEG & ERB machines. They do conduct a lot of studies related to sleep, aphasia, ADHD and many more. And I don't think MBBS from India is an alien degree to universities in the US, (I hope not) Coming to my publications, I have one under review in https://www.journals.elsevier.com/explore and the other in https://www.journals.elsevier.com/international-journal-of-psychophysiology. So it would be great if you tell me why you think I should re-consider my decision? It could save hundreds of dollars for me!:))
  2. My profile: I am a doctor trained in classical music trying to understand music cognition and it's application in clinical practice. Mainly exploring EEG/ERP. GRE : 320 Education : MBBS from India, also known as MD in US (graduating in mar-2020) 12th standard: 91% 10th standard : 94% Areas of interest : Auditory perception and music cognition Research experience : ~3 years, 3 research projects out of which two are EEG based. ( sought private funding for both of my projects on my own capacity while i was in 2nd and 4th year of my med school) Publications : 2 (under review) both first authored. Extra curricular activities : trained in classical music for over 15 years, state level badminton player, have been involved in a lot public health realted activities. Some of the universities im thinking are Harvard, MIT, north western, Uchicago, university of Nevada, university of Rochester, university of Tufts, university of Connecticut, princeton, columbia and Cornell. Do i stand a chance to make it to the above mentioned universities? How competitive my profile be? Any suggestions on how I can improve my CV are welcome Thanks in advance guys!
  3. My profile: I am a doctor trained in classical music trying to understand music cognition and it's application in clinical practice. Mainly exploring EEG/ERP. GRE : 320 Education : MBBS from India, also known as MD in US (graduating in mar-2020) 12th standard: 91% 10th standard : 94% Areas of interest : Auditory perception and music cognition Research experience : ~3 years, 3 research projects out of which two are EEG based. ( sought private funding for both of my projects on my own capacity while i was in 2nd and 4th year of my med school) Publications : 2 (under review) both first authored. Extra curricular activities : trained in classical music for over 15 years, state level badminton player, have been involved in a lot public health realted activities. Some of the universities im thinking are Harvard, MIT, north western, Uchicago, university of Nevada, university of Rochester, university of Tufts, university of Connecticut, princeton, columbia and Cornell. Do i stand a chance to make it to the above mentioned universities? How competitive my profile be? Any suggestions on how I can improve my CV are welcome Thanks in advance guys!
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