Graduate School Insider Podcast
Considering graduate training in the biomedical sciences can be quite daunting: Is it for me? How can I increase my chances for admission? How do I navigate through the first year? To help guide those who are considering pursuing a PhD or an MD/PhD degree, members of the NYU Langone Health community discuss various topics, such as the following:
- What are PhD and MD/PhD admissions officers looking for in an applicant? Hear from Naoko Tanese, PhD, associate dean for biomedical sciences; Susanne Tranguch, MBA, PhD, assistant dean for biomedical sciences; and Mark Philips, MD, director, Medical Scientist Training Program.
- What is it like being a graduate student in New York City? Hear from Lydia Grmai, PhD ’17, and Phillip Geter, PhD ’17, recent graduates of our programs.
- How do I pick rotation labs and a thesis advisor? Hear from current Medical Student Training Program trainee Ashira Lubkin and PhD program trainee Emily Radke.
- What can I be with a PhD? Hear from Christine Ponder, PhD, and Ada Weinstock, PhD.
The Graduate School Insider has provided a podcast hosted by Keith Micoli, PhD, assistant dean for postdoctoral affairs at NYU School of Medicine, featuring speakers from our PhD program, MD/PhD program, and Summer Undergraduate Research Program. Each podcast runs between 10 and 15 minutes.