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#21
Looking for research positions to improve CV?


If interested in research positions, contact me at MariaRez2010. We have positions in different states and specialties. Some are in the top 5 universities in the US. Provide some brief info about yourself, your visa status, your USMLE scores, what (sub)specialty, which state, when you want to start and for how long. In the subject, please mention what you’re looking for. For example: “Endocrine research in Chicago.”

We do have paid positions too, but you need to have had a prior experience in LAB research (chart-review and data collection do NOT really count as research experience that qualifies you to get paid). Otherwise, it's unlikely you can get a paid position. Also remember the visa limitation (you can't get paid on all visas). Some positions are non-paid initially, but may become paid with time as you gain experience and prove yourself to be productive.

We can provide a list of customers that you can contact for feedback about the service. These customers approved to be references, otherwise, we don't disclose any private information of any of our old customers without their knowledge and consent.

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#22
Hi Siali,
I couldn't send you an e mail. Please check your e mail address.
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#23
Looking for research positions to improve CV?




If interested in research positions, contact me at MariaRez2010. We have positions in different states and specialties. Some are in the top 5 universities in the US. Provide some brief info about yourself, your visa status, your USMLE scores, what (sub)specialty, which state, when you want to start and for how long. In the subject, please mention what you’re looking for. For example: “Endocrine research in Chicago.”

We do have paid positions too, but you need to have had a prior experience in LAB research (chart-review and data collection do NOT really count as research experience that qualifies you to get paid). Otherwise, it's unlikely you can get a paid position. Also remember the visa limitation (you can't get paid on all visas). Some positions are non-paid initially, but may become paid with time as you gain experience and prove yourself to be productive.

We can provide a list of customers that you can contact for feedback about the service. These customers approved to be references, otherwise, we don't disclose any private information of any of our old customers without their knowledge and consent.

Thank you.
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#24
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#25
I wonder why dr Shaun Gupta does not build "forum cred" by answering the various subject exam questions in step 1,2 & 3. After all his claim is that he US ivy league, bla-bla-bla and teaches the course but yet cannot answer the simple questions posted on this forum! I think the truth is he is simply an unmploymed loafer!
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#26
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#27
sanjay bhai, prove yourself first..... you claim to be "highly educated" yet you never contribute answers to questions posted in step 1,2,3 forum?
if you did not pass the steps yourself then how do expect to teach people bhai, be reasonable.
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#28
Hi Ranaali
Have u started preparing?
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#29
Ranaali,
candidly I will advice you not to waste your time and money .Usmle exams have changed over time, tougher and tougher everyay. all those who scored 90 and above in step 1 few 3- 4 yrs ago cannot even score up to 80 right now. exam questions more difficult now and will still be modified ny 2014. Don't waste time at all. I know of IMGs who graduated 6 - 7 yrs ago and with 95 in both step 1 and Ck, and passed CS first attempt, they are still struggling with residency applications each yr. Nowadays, programs do NOT have time for graduates more than 5 yrs graduation. too much competitive IMGs within 2 - 3 yrs graduation, young and energetic..think before you leap..I am sure you will give up in the middle.
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#30
Hi Kukolka
My email I'd is geeann0. Please send an email.
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