Introduction: Participating in research is a great way to contribute to medicine. Well-conducted research and literature reviews help advance both scientific understanding and clinical practice. Additionally, it enables you to develop expertise in a topic, while simultaneously showing dedication to your field. Peer-reviewed publication and/or presentation of your research should ultimately be your goal. […]
About Giovanni Santoro
My name is Giovanni C. Santoro. I am currently a 4th year medical student at NYIT-COM. I began working in neuroscience research lab in college. I also worked in a PET neuroimaging research lab for the last 6 years. Additionally, I have experience working on several research projects with the radiology department at NUMC. This overview reflects what I’ve learned over the years through personal experience, as well as from interaction with PhDs, physician scientists, and doctoral students
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