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    University of Puerto Rico Medical Sciences Campus, School of Medicine
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    Ph.D. in Biochemistry

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  1. "Microbiology is science, but a touch of art and craft is always desirable, even essential, for progress to be made" - Postage, J.H.

  2. Hi, You need to get a good GRE score like 1200 and up and try to present that research in ant scientific symposium or conference. Most important, letter of recommendation, this are very important, ask your research mentor to write you a strong letter saying your potential as a Ph.D. students and so on. I think that you have a good change, but you need a strong GRE. Remember there are hundreds application as same as yours with good GPA, research and a couple of them with publication in journals of strong impact, when you do your application, you should focus in what do you have, that the o
  3. Hi, Anyone that is attending UPR-RCM that is looking for a roommate for August??? Cheers!!
  4. Situation: Basically, there is a program at NIH called "Graduated Partnership program" (GPP) where yin your home institution you finish the two year of doctoral courses and do the thesis at the NIH, you have to send a CV and a cover letter to one of the scientist there, and convince him why he should take you to his lab and fund you to do the doctoral thesis, that is the "Individual GPP", there is the regular GPP where you select a doctoral program that is already bridge to NIH GPP. I'm already in doctoral program so I have to do the "Individual GPP. I need some feedback from m
  5. Situation: Basically, there is a program at NIH called "Graduated Partnership program" (GPP) where yin your home institution you finish the two year of doctoral courses and do the thesis at the NIH, you have to send a CV and a cover letter to one of the scientist there, and convince him why he should take you to his lab and fund you to do the doctoral thesis, that is the "Individual GPP", there is the regular GPP where you select a doctoral program that is already bridge to NIH GPP. I'm already in doctoral program so I have to do the "Individual GPP. I need some feedback from my cover
  6. Situation: Basically, there is a program at NIH called "Graduated Partnership program" (GPP) where yin your home institution you finish the two year of doctoral courses and do the thesis at the NIH, you have to send a CV and a cover letter to one of the scientist there, and convince him why he should take you to his lab and fund you to do the doctoral thesis, that is the "Individual GPP", there is the regular GPP where you select a doctoral program that is already bridge to NIH GPP. I'm already in doctoral program so I have to do the "Individual GPP. I need some feedback from my cover letter (
  7. Does anyone knows if having a Ph.D. in Biochemistry is eligible for a post-doc in medical microbiology and get licensed by the D(ABMM)???

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      some_one

      I talk to a person that has the D(ABMM) with a Ph.D. in Biochemistry, and he told me you can do that route yay!! XD!! lol

  8. Does anyone knows if having a Ph.D. in Biochemistry is eligible for a post-doc in medical microbiology and get licenzed by the D(ABMM)???

  9. Greetings, I was wondering if you have a Ph.D. in biochemistry you can attend a post-doc in clinical microbiology and get licensed by the American Board for Medical Microbiology for the D(ABMM)? The Ph.D. is from the University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus, School of Medicine. Thank you for your time,
  10. Greetings, Its good to have a strong biomedical background like: biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, Genetics, Microbiology, Neurobiology, Anatomy, courses like that. Also, do lot of undergraduate research that involces biomedical sciences and clinical stuff and voluntary work. Because in medical school (for Ph.D., M.D. or both) there are hundreds like you applying, you need to demonstrated to the admission committee what makes YOU different from the rest of the admission pool . Cheers!! XD
  11. Greetings, Recently I was accepted to the doctoral program (Ph.D.) in Biochemistry at the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) Medical Sciences Campus, School of Medicine to start in August 2011. I found that if you do three years of post-doctoral training in clinical microbiology (any PhD related to microbiology is acceptable for what I understood) and get licensed by the American Board of Medical Microbiology D(ABMM) and/or SM(ASCP) you can be director of laboratory that diagnose infectious diseases and do research at the same time, this having "one foot in academics (research) an
  12. Greetings, Recently I was accepted to the doctoral program (Ph.D.) in Biochemistry at the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) Medical Sciences Campus, School of Medicine to start in August 2011. I found that if you do three years of post-doctoral training in clinical microbiology (any PhD related to microbiology is acceptable for what I understood) and get licensed by the American Board of Medical Microbiology D(ABMM) and/or SM(ASCP) you can be director of laboratory that diagnose infectious diseases and do research at the same time, this having "one foot in academics (research) an
  13. "It seems absurd, if not arrogant, to think that ours is the only life-bearing world in the galaxy, given hundreds of billions of other suns, the apparent ubiquity of planets, and the cosmic abundance of life’s ingredients" - Jayawardhana, R.

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