In this episode of How I Got My Job (mp3, 34:57, 32.1 MB), Naushad Khakoo shares how he recently got a job doing clinical research for a Cincinnati-area university hospital. Especially noteworthy is his successful use of informational interviews and research to get the job.
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Naushad Khakoo is a clinical researcher in the emergency medicine department at the University of Cincinnati. He gathers data on conditions such as congestive heart failure and HIV in hopes of one day finding better treatment options for these diseases. Previously he was a research physicist at several institutions, including NASA, and he hopes to combine his love of science and medicine by becoming a physician.
He can be found on Twitter (twitter.com/naushadkhakoo).
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