Career Support Center
- Written by Dave Taylor
- Category: Career Support Center
- Created: 29 April 2013
This article, published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, provides early career clinicians with brief tips on how to become a success in research. The information presented will be useful to CHOP fellows entering their first research programs.
From the article, Tips for Success as an Academic Clinical Investigator :
"This article is about what you can do for yourself — the behaviors and skills that you can cultivate to increase your likelihood of success in academic medicine. Although everyone has a unique path that reflects his or her interests, skills, talents, and environment, effective habits can help you achieve your goals and be more successful in whatever career you choose. For fellows and junior faculty who spend less time engaged in research, protected time may be more limited, making focus and efficiency consequently even more critical."