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Programs by Strength
#51
(08-22-2019, 04:05 PM)Guest Wrote: Would y’all consider BWH to be a top program? Seems research heavy but the surgical volume is no where near UCSF/Barrow/USC level, plus an already shortened clinical experience with 2 years spent on research..

solid mid tier program IMO
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#52
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#53
(08-22-2019, 04:05 PM)Guest Wrote: Would y’all consider BWH to be a top program? Seems research heavy but the surgical volume is no where near UCSF/Barrow/USC level, plus an already shortened clinical experience with 2 years spent on research..

Yes
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#54
(08-29-2019, 06:08 AM)Guest Wrote:
(08-22-2019, 04:05 PM)Guest Wrote: Would y’all consider BWH to be a top program? Seems research heavy but the surgical volume is no where near UCSF/Barrow/USC level, plus an already shortened clinical experience with 2 years spent on research..

Yes

Yes, if the two categories are top and bottom programs
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#55
How does WUSTL compare to UPenn for research and operative experience?
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#56
(06-06-2020, 05:40 AM)Guest Wrote: How does WUSTL compare to UPenn for research and operative experience?

Based on what i've seen and heard research at WUSTL is comparable to Penn, operative experience at WUSTL is better. WUSTL operative experience (volume + autonomy) is closer to Jeff.
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#57
Please list any pertinent reviews here: http://www.uncleharvey.com/programs/
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