Research For Early Career Interventional Cardiologists
Writing manuscripts, submitting grants and presenting at conferences in the first few years of clinical practice is hard to maintain without structure and appropriate support.
In this Cardiology article, M. Chadi Alraies, MD, FACC, director of interventional cardiology research at Detroit Medical Center in Michigan, reviews the challenges and proposes some solutions for early career interventional cardiologists to help maintain their research activities while building a successful clinical practice.
He provided ten specific tips that helped him address these challenges early in his career and continue his research. Read more.
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