Neuroscience: chances for an international medical graduate

<p>I am a final year medical student from a developing country. I would like to ask about my chances of getting accepted in a Neuroscience program in US, and which programs will I have good chances in:</p>

<pre><code>My GRE scores are Q170 and V157.
TOEFL iBT 108
My medical program is 6 years. My cumulative GPA is 4.0. I kept the 1st rank for 5 years.
I have done some Neuroscience research, submitted a paper that is currently being reviewed in a very high impact journal (but this will take 1 year or even more, so actually I don't have any publications)
Presented my research in an international medical student conference, got the best poster presentation award in Neurology.
Travel grant to attend this conference
A research fellowship in Netherlands
Few clinical electives in Europe, the last one was in University College London.
Acceped for 2 more clinical electives in 2013: one in Alabama and the 2nd in Oxford University.
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<p>I understand that getting into an Ivy league is extremely competitive. So, I am thinking of Pittsburg, SUNY buffalo, Utah and Vanderbilt. I have no clue if I have any chances even in those</p>

<p>I assume you're looking for graduate -- master's or Phd -- programs in neuroscience? If so, the best way is to contact each department directly. No one here can tell you your chances since entrance requirements into grad schools are highly specific.</p>