Challenges for a successful career as a PhD student
Received 10 October 2016
Accepted for publication 13 October 2016
Published 16 February 2017 Volume 2017:9 Pages 93—94
Checked for plagiarism Yes
Editor who approved publication: Professor Vera Ehrenstein
Ana Luiza Zaninotto,1 Tatiana Saito Paiva,2 Marcia André,2 Beatriz Silva Mattos,2 Wellingson Silva Paiva3
1Division of Psychology, Clinics Hospital at University of São Paulo Medical School, 2Department of Surgery, Prosthesis, and Maxillofacial Trauma, University of Sao Paulo Dentistry School, 3Division of Neurological Surgery, Department of Neurology, University of São Paulo Medical School, São Paulo, Brazil
Recently, we read publications relating to helping students to improve their scientific thinking and writing;1,2 in which Sørensen wrote a brilliant paper entitled “I-determinants for successful PhD or postdoctoral outcome”.3 There is a new world in clinical and experimental research with many challenges for training new researchers. There is notable intensification of the International Scientific Cooperation, requiring more systematic programs for PhD students and research fellow training. In this paper, the author describes his extensive experience relating on how to identify the characteristics of PhD students and postdoctoral fellows that can successfully perform the training program and became an independent researcher.
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