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evitaperonevitaperon Posts: 613- Member
I'm a Biochemistry student with not a lot of animal experience, and I haven't taken physiology or nutrition (although I've taken Biochemistry I & II and microbiology, genetics, ecology and cell biology). I work in a fruit fly lab where I design tracking-based behavioural assays for studies involving dopamine neurochemistry. In my first year I was aiming for MD-PhD but I think Vet PhD is more accessible. How important is experience for these programmes and what are the typical requirements and typical accepted applicants like?
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