View Full Version : Research before vs during med school
07-28-2004, 08:20 AM
After hearing that research looks good on the Carms app, I was wondering if having done research/been published prior to med school would score you any points, if it wasn't precisely related to your area of specialty (though still health-related)--does any demonstrated research ability make a difference?
07-28-2004, 09:03 AM
I believe the CaRMS application does ask for a publication list as well as a CV (or at least, the Residency Directors will require a CV). Thus, if you have some research productivity, then it should become evident on the application. Bonus points are given if the research is within the specialty to which you are applying. :)
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