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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Physicians,
  • Career Choice,
  • Vocational Guidance,
  • Vocational guidance,
  • Medicine,
  • Biomedical Research,
  • Research

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementMark J. Eisenberg
Classifications
LC ClassificationsR850 .E37 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 272 p. ;
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25321541M
ISBN 101603279075, 1603279083
ISBN 109781603279079, 9781603279086
LC Control Number2010934108
OCLC/WorldCa401157481

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  The book is divided into 4 sections, along with relevant appendices and a useful index. readers excited by the possibility of combining the activities of being both a physician and a dedicated clinical scientist, at any career stage, will find The Physician Scientist’s Career Guide the book for them.” (A. Mark Clarfield, Journal of the Price: $ The Physician Scientist’s Career Guide provides a complete guide to having a successful career as a Physician Scientist. Filled with first-hand experiences and practical advice, it guides readers through each step of this career path, from choosing a degree and training program, to navigating the tenure track, and through the intricacies of applying for and obtaining funding. "The Physician Scientist's Career Guide" provides a complete guide to having a successful career as a Physician Scientist. Filled with first-hand experiences and practical advice, it guides readers through each step of this career path, from choosing a degree and training program, to navigating the tenure track, and through the intricacies of applying for and obtaining funding. The Physician Scientist's Career Guide provides a complete guide to having a successful career as a Physician Scientist. Filled with first-hand experiences and practical advice, it guides readers through each step of this career path, from choosing a degree and training program, to navigating the tenure track, and through the intricacies of applying for and obtaining funding.5/5(5).

The book is divided into 4 sections, along with relevant appendices and a useful index. readers excited by the possibility of combining the activities of being both a physician and a dedicated clinical scientist, at any career stage, will find The Physician Scientist’s Career Guide the book for them.” (A. Mark Clarfield, Journal of the Brand: Springer US. succeeding as a physician-scientist. When reading this book, you may find it long on strategy, knowledge, and skills, but short on the love of science and discovery. In my experience, new physician-scientists do not lack motivation and ideals; what they lack is the practical ability to turn their ideas into grants and papers.   According to MJ Eisenberg in his book The Physician Scientist Career Guide, the physician-scientist is a clinician who spends the majority of his/her professional life engaged in research in order to generate or discover new medical knowledge which can then be translated into new treatments and techniques that doctors can use in real-life.   The Occupational Outlook Handbook is the government's premier source of career guidance featuring hundreds of occupations—such as carpenters, teachers, and veterinarians. Revised annually, the latest version contains employment projections for the decade.

pt. 1. Getting started as physician-scientist --pt. 2. Launching your career as a physician-scientist --pt. 3. Building your career as a physician-scientist --pt. 4. Parting words of advice: putting it all together. Responsibility: Mark J. Eisenberg. A physician-scientist is a holder of a degree in medicine and science who invests significant time and professional effort in scientific research and spends correspondingly less time in direct clinical practice compared to other ian-scientists are often employed by academic or research institutions and may focus their clinical practices on very specialized patient populations. CAREER: The Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program is a Foundation-wide activity that offers the National Science Foundation's most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or.   Clinical research scientists fall under the category of research scientists, and as with many careers in science, a graduate degree is needed .