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  1. Thank you so much for the response! I think I will contact some PIs and see how it's like to work in their labs. I am a bit worried about Zoom talks, since I don't have much research experience and I worry I'll be out of my depth within a professional conversation, since I am more interested than experienced.
  2. Thank you so much! You to! I found out a few days ago (while searching here) that they usually send interview invites in late December - early January, but of course I still can't help but check every day, I think it's the same for all of us who are applying.
  3. Genetics, Development and Stem Cells, which sounds great and really fit my interests. Why did you apply to Rochester and UW-Madison? Any special reasons?
  4. Thanks for the advice! That's the problem with cultural differences, I really didn't know I should send anything to further improve my chances.. and I already think that me being an undergraduate is a disadvantage. I applied to several programs, which are accidentally way more competitive than I wanted in the beginning. I don't know about Rochester in this regard to be honest. Which programs did you apply to?
  5. I did, still waiting, excited! Why is it important to reach some PIs? I am international and don't really know how it can help my application.
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