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  1. Thanks! Time to read up on the professors again haha. And, yes, no word on that.
  2. Just got my interview invite to the UW neuroscience program! Here are some useful information I thought I'd share: Good luck everyone! February 8-9 Feb 8: Interview Day – brief overview of program; interviews with faculty; virtual events with faculty & students Feb 9: Program presentations/orientation; poster session with faculty; graduate student social February 9-10 Feb 9: Program presentations/orientation; poster session with faculty; graduate student social Feb 10: Interview Day – brief overview of program; interviews with fa
  3. ooof that is very intimidating... UW had my priority because of its location and science, and that I thought it wasn't as competitive. Thanks for the heads-up. Yes, I have heard of CNBC. I like how the program positions itself. Since the application is concurrent to CMU app, I think I'd apply to both. Thanks again for the rec and advise!
  4. Thank you for the recs! I really appreciate it. I'm surpried that UW is harder than Brown/CMU. I saw on Petersons that UW Neurobiology has an acceptance rate of 30%. Maybe that's not accurate then... Didn't know that Tim Gardner is now at UO. I talked to Tim Otchy who's in the Gardner lab when I was at BU. He was super supportive and their lab seemed to have a great vibe all around. I might apply to UO just for him. I saw that you were admitted to UO with fellowship. Did you end up accepting the offer?
  5. Thank you for the recs! I really appreciate it. I'm surpried that UW is harder than Brown/CMU. I saw on Petersons that UW Neurobiology has an acceptance rate of 30%. Maybe that's not accurate then... Didn't know that Tim Gardner is now at UO. I talked to Tim Otchy who's in the Gardner lab when I was at BU. He was super supportive and their lab seemed to have a great vibe all around. I might apply to UO just for him. I saw that you were admitted to UO with fellowship. Did you end up accepting the offer?
  6. Undergrad Institution: Boston University Major(s): Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Math, with honors in Bio Overall GPA: 3.76 Major GPA: Bio around 3.9 Math around 3.3 (flunked hard in sophmore year when taking grad level math classes with orgo and cellbio... hopefully they'd ignore this) Type of Student: Asian male GRE Scores: won't take Research Experience: - 2 years undergrad researcher in a neurotherapeutics lab at BU (histology, animal behavior, network analysis) - 1.5 year as a biostats tech in an immology/genomics lab in a Harvard affiliated hosp
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