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Hi! I'm planning to apply to grad schools this year (for fall 2022 admissions). I'm a little nervous about my grad school list. I want to pursue a Ph.D. in Biological/Biomedical Engineering. Interested Research Areas - Computational Biology/Medicine, Omics, Bioinformatics, Neural Engineering. Undergrad - Electronics and Communication Engineering; GPA - 8/10 (First Class with Distinction) Masters (in my undergrad institution) - Biomedical Engineering ; GPA - 8.5/10 (recipient of Merit Scholarship) Research Experience - ~3 years (since my undergrad) ; first author of two
Hi Everyone, It looks like I will be reapplying to graduate schools next year. Some of the feedback I have gotten from my letter writers is that I may want to try to apply to less top tier programs next time, but I was wondering what is the best way to determine what schools are middle tier or safety schools? Smaller, less well-known schools looked like they typically (not always) had less promised funding for Ph.D. students, which is why I didn't apply to some of the smaller programs for F17. Does anyone has any tips for figuring out safer bets when it comes to reapplying? Do you n
hello there, i'm planning to apply to cognitive neuroscience phd programs this fall, and i have a couple of questions regarding the process. here's some info about me: psychology ba graduate gpa 3.6 studying neuroscience msc. gpa 3,5 will be taking the gre this month will be attending neuroscience summer school on september have basic knowledge on matlab, spm so here are my questions: 1. i'm mainly interested in neural representations of semantic memory. so i specifically searched for potential supervisors with interests in memory and representation