In the first year of residency, physicians are committed to, and often overwhelmed with, "learning the ropes" of managing hospitalized patients. This, coupled with a challenging schedule, leaves little time for much else. Should interns begin thinking about research? and, if so, how can they get involved, given the time constraints?
Kathleen Corey, MD, MPH, MMSc
Hepatologist and Clinical Investigator at Massachusetts General Hospital
Colin West, MD, PhD
General internist and biostatistician at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
Georgina Osorio, MD, MPH
Physician at Mount Sinai St. Luke's and Mount Sinai West, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Angela Rogers, MD, MPH
Pulmonary and Critical Care attending at Stanford, ARDS researcher
Mohammad-Ali Jazayeri, MD
Cardiac Arrhythmia Fellow, Cardiovascular Research Institute, University of Kansas Medical Center
David J. Pinato, MD MRes MRCP (UK) PhD
NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer in Medical Oncology.
Nairmeen Haller, PhD
Director of Research at Cleveland Clinic Akron General
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