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Hi, Let me explain my current situation: I'm from the US, but I studied medicine in Mexico (gradated 2014). I did a Master's in clinical research at UCSD (graduated Fall 2019). I have been working as a physician/surgical assistant at a vascular clinic in Mexico since my graduation form medical school. I plan to pivot my career into basic research/academia (I fell in love with regenerative medicine/stem cell biology while at UCSD). My goal is to pursue PhD in the area of regenerative medicine/stem cell biology, in the near future. My only research experience
To all those interested in these topics, I kind of wanted to discuss interests related to these three topics. I applied to PhD programs in BME and MSE in order to conduct research in these fields. I sadly haven't actually done research in these areas, but I have taken classes in biomaterials, biosensors, biology, and regulatory affairs for medical devices. Because of this, I found out that these fields were a great combination of my undergraduate degree (materials science and engineering) and my love of biology. I hope to work with polymer (or polymer-based) scaffolds for tissue regeneration a
Hello everyone, I graduated college about a year ago with a BS in chemistry (sp. in biochemistry) with a minor in microbiology. My cGPA was a 3.05, my subject was a 2.68 and my minor was 3.33. And I want to go into the field of stem cells and regenerative medicine/biotech. I was thinking about going for a MS in biology. I know my GPA is low, but I just wanted some advice on how I can achieve my goal. Does anybody know of any grad programs that are not very selective? Thanks.
Which school do you guys think is better in regards to tissue engineering? look forward to opinions!