Research stands at the foreground of modern advances in medicine. Doing clinical research helps you become a good clinician, and doing good clinical work in turn makes you a better researcher. Being a good researcher and being a good clinician, most of the times, has one thing in common, a good mentor. When student at some point in medical school contemplates a research rotation, and this first rendezvous with the processes and, more important, the people involved in the project, determines how much interest one generates to carry forward in their medical career. This editorial focuses on the early mentoring for research and academic careers.
|Journal||Journal of Investigative Medicine High Impact Case Reports|
|State||Published - 2020|