Robotics & Technology Research FellowshipBoston Children's HospitalHarvard Medical SchoolDepartment of UrologyOne year. Funded.Flexible start time (March/April/May 2013). The robotics research fellowship offers a well-rounded and in-depth exposure to both translational and clinical urology research as well as the opportunity to coordinate the robotics research and training center. With the only da Vinci robot dedicated to research and training in Massachusetts and an advanced animal surgical facility, this is a unique environment allowing for innovation and discovery of new robotic surgical applications using animal models. The fellow will also be trained to serve as a da Vinci robotics training specialist, hosting live animal training sessions for visiting surgeons.In addition to robotic research, the fellow will coordinate and oversee approxiately 40 active research projects in the areas of technology development, novel medication administration, telemedicine, outcomes research, and clinical trials. Additional opportunities include industry/biotechnology collaborations, NIH grant writing, research protocol writing, journal publication, conference presentations, and weekly pediatric urology grand rounds/radiology conferences.If you are looking for a phenomenal and unique learning opportunity, as well as the chance to improve your CV for residency application, please contact: Hiep T. Nguyen, MDPediatric Urologist, Boston Children's HospitalAssistant Professor in Surgery (Urology), Harvard Medical SchoolDirector of Robotic Surgery and ResearchRose Zimmerman Mandell Chair in Innovative Urological Technology Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Please include your CV and a short paragraph statement regarding your goals and interest in urology research.
Didn't the email say that "all vacancies were filled?" If so, how were there four unmatched spots?
aloepathic wrote: Didn't the email say that "all vacancies were filled?" If so, how were there four unmatched spots?
Does anyone have info on potential research spots for this gap gear? I saw the postings for Duke and Harvard. Combing through previous posts, it looks like Ash Tewari (Cornell) and Mani Menon (Henry Ford) have spots. Does anyone have information about these, or other, opportunites?
Hello,I'm writing an article about med students who didn't match and what they chose to do afterward. Please let me know if you would be willing to speak about this: email@example.com