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GLSI Published Results Distinguish Medical School, Residency and Fellowship Candidates From Crowd

Social distancing and other coronavirus-related restrictions have changed the way medical schools operate and interview candidates. In a time when classes are virtual and on-campus research projects ended or interrupted, Global Library of Scientific Images offers a unique opportunity for medical school, intern, residency and fellowship program applicants to continue to research and publish. A GLSI submission can be included in a candidate’s CV and application, thus helping them to stand out in an increasingly competitive applicant pool.

GLSI is an online collection of high-quality, peer-reviewed medical images. GLSI offers quicker review and publication of findings than traditional medical journals.

Candidates can work on smaller, more focused research projects that are appropriate for GLSI online image and video submissions. These projects are often less time consuming and labor intensive, thus offering faster results. Through GLSI, students can collaborate electronically.

With most medical school, intern, residency and fellowship interviews starting in August and September, now is the time for candidates to start working on GLSI submissions. First, register and create a profile at our website. Registration is free. Then upload your images and videos to GLSI for sharing with the medical community. GLSI’s vast collection of images is available at no charge and on an unlimited basis.

At some point measures taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus, like virtual medical school, intern and fellowship interviews as well as reduced research lab access, will end. For now and after restrictions are over, GLSI offers a distinctive online publication opportunity.