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|Publication Type||Case Study|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Authors||Korenman, Stanley G., and Shipp Allan C.|
|Publisher||Association of American Medical Colleges|
A new graduate student is trying to decide between two labs: one is a lab that has an extremely tense pace, carefully guarded privacy, and stringent requirements for graduate students but offers the promise of nearly certain postdoctoral offers, and the other is a more open lab with a free flow of information, a spirit of collegiality and fewer restrictions on graduate students.
Used with permission of Association of American Medical Colleges. Case drawn from Teaching the Responsible Conduct of Research Through Case Study Approach: A Handbook for Instructors, Stanley G. Korenman and Allan C. Shipp, Eds., 1994.
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