Author Archives: Victor Tan

Little Foot

I am passionate about pursuing clinical research. I have worked in several labs now that focus a lot on the general science and mechanism but not being able to see the results of your work tends to take its toil. … Continue reading

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Roots

I have worked in several labs before making my decision to apply for graduate school. My proudest moments have been the sensation of accomplishment when finishing a project, publishing a paper, and ultimately recognition for the effort I have put forth.

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The Imperfect Me

Dear Dr. B, I am writing to inform you that although I am an imperfect scientist, I am the perfect candidate to take a venture on.

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Mr. Acceptable

This particular funder is very well established and well-to-do. Let’s call him Perry. Perry has been in the business for a long time and has seen them all, from the eager beavers to the nonchalant geniuses. Perry is able to keep sight … Continue reading

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Raison d’être

Hello everyone! My name is Victor Tan. I am entering Rutgers this fall as a graduate student in Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology. I am a pretty straightforward guy so I’ll just come out and say that I like science. I … Continue reading

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