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Old 11-08-2011, 09:14 AM
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Default Research proposal help please



I will apply for PhD program and they asked me to prepare research proposal I need your suggestion about new topics, or idea

how to write the proposal, I prefer Cancer detection And Genom correction, but don't know much about it and which topic will be added value

I have also three fields to add projects to them

Carcinogenesis

Applied Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

Cell Signalling

any help will be highly appreciated , I need new idea for the phd , and three project title for the above topics

please help

Best regards
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Old 11-22-2011, 09:24 PM
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Default Re: Research proposal help please

The fields you have described are very, very broad. I would advise you to get in touch with lab heads at the University you are applying to to get an idea of what they actually do. I'm not sure I understand correctly but do you need to write 3 different proposals?

I assume you don't have a PhD supervisor yet since you say you're applying to the program??? Unless writing these proposals is a purely academic exercise, I would try to identify some faculty who are working on things you are interested and go talk to them about possibly working in their lab.

Remember that in order to actually do any of the experiments that you put in your proposal you will need a laboratory to work in, so actually you need to know who's lab you're going to work in before you can write a realistic proposal.

For instance it would be a little crazy to propose doing things like making mutant mouse lines to study cancer if the lab you're in doesn't have access to transgenic technologies.

Best of luck!
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