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Thread: Research assistant/ Postdoc

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11-May-17, 21:18
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posted about 6 months ago
Unfortunately, I can not apply for clinical positions until I get a licensed certificate (ecfmg) which is required. In addition, I am not a permanent resident of the US.
I will try to explain correctly. I will be graduating this year from my medical school. At some future occasion, I would eventually like to continue my education in the US, pursuing a residency in internal medicine.
My goal is to pass successfully usmle exams, receive ecfmg certification and apply for a medical residency program in the US. For my opinion, the best opportunity is to do a research while preparing for the exams.
In addition, the good things are I would have a visa support, get new lab experiences, possibly receive a letter of recommendation from professor and of course, I would improve my English skills.

Thread: Research assistant/ Postdoc

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11-May-17, 18:26
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posted about 6 months ago
Thank you guys for your advices! I do appreciate. I will try to learn more scientific experience.
However, for my opinion, medical doctors (M.D.) can also apply to postdoctoral positions if they do have plenty of medical knowledge.

Thread: Research assistant/ Postdoc

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10-May-17, 15:31
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posted about 6 months ago
Hi everyone,

I am a medical doctor (IMG) from Turkmenistan. I will be graduating this year from my medical school and I would like to get a research assistant position in basic departments in USA. I am not a permanent resident of the US. I have a little scientific experience (skills: gel electrophoresis, PCR, real-time PCR) and much clinical experience.
Questions:
1) Would it be difficult to me to get a paid postdoc position with my experiences/skills in the US?
2) Could you please give me advice how to get the position? I have already sent about 100 emails with my resume to professors of US universities, but unfortunately, there are many negative replies.
3) Maybe I need some more laboratory techniques skills like ELISE, flow cytometry, e.t.c ?
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