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I am starting this thread to start the discussion of interviews in a Covid world. I have personally scoured the internet and numerous other forums looking for advice and what schools are saying in regards to their interview plans and this is what I have found so far. I received this notice from Stanford's Bioscience admissions when I submitted my application "During the week of January 11, 2021, the committees will start to contact applicants who have been selected for an interview. The selected applicants will be invited to interview via Zoom and participate in programming with faculty
Hello folks, I have applied to the Biomedical Engineering PhD program in Ohio State University. They had emailed me to expect decisions by Mid-March. I have heard that OSU is usually pretty much on time. But I haven't heard anything from them yet. I emailed then this week and did not get any reply. I cannot find any posts of any applicants having got interview calls. What does this mean? Does OSU send acceptances without interviews ? Other department decisions seems to be out but nothing from Biomedical Engineering. The website reads "pending". How do I interpret this ? The wait is freak
I'm currently planning to apply to graduate school this year, and I've realized that I am kind of lost about what kind of program I should apply to. If I wanted to eventually end up doing longevity research, what would be a good graduate program to enter? Should I go for a degree in Human Genetics? Biomed? Is one field easier to get into than the other, if I know my application won't be as competitive compared to others? Also, is a PhD necessary for biology-related fields? Is it okay to do a masters first to get a "taste" of the field, so to speak, before seeing if I want to commit to a PhD