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I have chosen to apply to ..., because I particularly like the bench to bedside approach of the programme. Translational research is my passion, and I firmly believe, that this programme, that aims to translate new laboratory findings into the clinic to directly improve patient outcomes, suits me perfectly. Furthermore, I would like to carry out my PhD at the ..., because it is one of the ..'s most internationally distinguished universities in the cancer research field. Also, as I am a nature lover, I like the fact that the .... is located in one of the most beautiful regions of the .., near fantastic natural environments. However, the most important reason, why I would like to do my PhD at the ... is that this particular PhD program, named .... fascinates me. I am persuaded that this PhD programme is ideal for me, given that ... are two topics extremely compelling for me.


Based on my overall curriculum and my personality, I consider that I could successfully complete this PhD. I am hard-working and I love studying, something that is proven by my scores during my medical studies and by the multiple scholarships that I was awarded. Also, I am persistent and I demonstrate a strong sense of commitment. Through my medical and research journey, I have realised that I love answering whys and devoting time and effort for the sake of medical research with purpose to contribute to the scientific knowledge and to patients’ lives. I am an avid supporter of the opinion that when there is passion, there is always a way to success- so, in my case, since I have passion about this PhD project, I believe that I will successfully complete it.


After my PhD, I am planning to do my residency in .... My goal is to become a physician-scientist, combing clinical work with basic and clinical research. I love both the innovative and creative aspect of research and the direct and tactile participation in clinical medicine. Unfortunately, undoubtedly, in ..., research in ... is underfunded and research facilities are not so advanced. Therefore, doing my PhD at the ... is a unique opportunity, it is a chance to broaden my horizons, to learn research techniques and meet prominent scientists. This would be very difficult in Greece. Besides, my plan is to return in Greece and spread my knowledge to my colleagues and to try my best to implement the skills that I will have acquired.

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I have chosen to apply to ..., because I particularly like the bench to bedside (punctuate correctly. https://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/ccc/btb/) approach of the programme. Translational research (not really a good phrase. It sounds like a subject in linguistics.) is my passion, and I firmly believe, that this programme, that aims to translate transfer new laboratory findings into the clinic to directly improve patient outcomes, suits me perfectly. Furthermore, I would like to carry out my PhD at the ..., because it is one of the ..'s most internationally distinguished universities in the cancer research field. Also, as I am a nature lover, I like the fact that the .... is located in one of the most beautiful regions of the .., near fantastic natural environments. However, the most important reason, why I would like to do my PhD at the ... is that this particular PhD program, named .... fascinates me. I am persuaded that this PhD programme is ideal for me, given that ... are two topics extremely compelling for me.


Based on my overall curriculum and my personality, I consider that I could successfully complete this PhD. I am hard-working and I love studying, something that is proven by my scores during my medical studies and by the multiple scholarships that I was awarded. Also, I am persistent and I demonstrate a strong sense of commitment. (Can you give more evidence? Statements are trivial in themselves. They are made believable through concrete evidence. Without evidence, you are just one in the crowd of applicants. I have not read much that would distinguish you from the others. ) Through my medical and research journey, I have realised that I love answering whys and devoting time and effort for the sake of medical research with the purpose to contribute of contributing to the scientific knowledge and to patients’ lives. I am an avid supporter of the opinion that when there is passion, there is always a way to success- so, in my case, since I have passion about this PhD project, I believe that I will successfully complete it.


After my PhD, I am planning to do my residency in .... My goal is to become a physician-scientist, combing (:?? We do that to our hair.) clinical work with basic and clinical research. I love both the innovative and creative aspect of research and the direct hands-on and tactile participation in clinical medicine. Unfortunately, undoubtedly, in ..., research in ... is underfunded and research facilities are not so advanced. Therefore, doing my PhD at the ... is a unique opportunity, it is a chance to broaden my horizons, to learn research techniques and meet prominent scientists. This would be very difficult in Greece. Besides, my plan is to return in to Greece and spread my knowledge to my colleagues and to try my best to implement practice the skills that I will have acquired

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I have chosen to apply to ..., because I particularly like the bench to bedside (punctuate correctly. https://clinicalcenter.nih.gov/ccc/btb/ ) approach of the programme. Translational research (this term is used a lot in medical and biological research) is my passion, and I firmly believe, that this programme, that aims to translate new laboratory findings into the clinic to directly improve patient outcomes, suits me perfectly. Furthermore, I would like to carry out my PhD at the ..., because it is one of the ..'s most internationally distinguished universities in the cancer research field. Also, as I am a nature lover, I like the fact that the .... is located in one of the most beautiful regions of the .., near fantastic natural environments. However, the most important reason, why I would like to do my PhD at the ... is that this particular PhD program, named .... fascinates me. I am persuaded that this PhD programme is ideal for me, given that ... are two topics extremely compelling for me.


Based on my overall curriculum and my personality, I consider that I could successfully complete this PhD. I am hard-working and I love studying, something that is proven by my scores during my medical studies and by the multiple scholarships that I was awarded. Also, I am persistent and I demonstrate a strong sense of commitment. An evidence to this statement, is the fact that although two colleagues and I initially started working on a research project about the relationship between psoriasis and stress, 3 years ago, we did not quit the project, despite the fact that there were many difficulties, and right now we are writing the paper, in order to publish it in an appreciated journal. Through my medical and research journey, I have realised that I love answering whys and devoting time and effort for the sake of medical research with the purpose of contributing to the scientific knowledge and to patients’ lives. I am an avid supporter of the opinion that when there is passion, there is always a way to success- so, in my case, since I have passion about this PhD project, I believe that I will successfully complete it.


After my PhD, I am planning to do my residency in .... My goal is to become a physician-scientist, combining clinical work with basic and clinical research. I love both the innovative and creative aspect of research and the direct hands-on participation in clinical medicine. Unfortunately, undoubtedly, in ..., research in ... is underfunded and research facilities are not so advanced. Therefore, doing my PhD at the ... is a unique opportunity, it is a chance to broaden my horizons, to learn research techniques and meet prominent scientists. This would be very difficult in Greece. Besides, my plan is to return to Greece and spread my knowledge to my colleagues and to try my best to practice the skills that I will have acquired.

Maybe I should also add that I ranked 1st among 53 students in the graduation ceremony?

paint lime 878Maybe I should also add that I ranked 1st among 53 students in the graduation ceremony?

That would be something to convince the reader of your academic prowess.

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i am posting again my personal statement!

PERSONAL STATEMENT

I have chosen to apply to the, because I particularly like the bench to bedside approach of the programme. Translational research is my passion, and I firmly believe, that this programme, that aims to translate new laboratory findings into the clinic to directly improve patient outcomes, suits me perfectly. However, the most important reason, why I would like to do my PhD at the is that this particular PhD program, named fascinates me. In the past, I did an internship in a Neuroscience laboratory, that did research about cannabinoids. Also, in the medical school, I was taught about the possible therapeutic effects of cannabinoids. Since then, cannabinoids constitute an extremely compelling research field for me. Furthermore, given that I desire to become a hematologist, doing research about CLL is very interesting for me. Within this framework, I am persuaded that this PhD programme is ideal for me.


Based on my overall curriculum and my personality, I consider that I could successfully complete this PhD. I am hard-working and I love studying, something that is proven by my scores during my medical studies (I ranked 1st among 53 students at the graduation ceremony), by the multiple scholarships that I was awarded. Also, I am persistent and I demonstrate a strong sense of commitment. An evidence to this statement, is the fact that although two colleagues and I initially started working on a research project about the relationship between psoriasis and stress, 3 years ago, we did not quit the project, despite the fact that there were many difficulties, and right now we are writing the paper, in order to publish it in an appreciated journal. Through my medical and research journey, I have realised that I love answering whys and devoting time and effort for the sake of medical research with the purpose of contributing to the scientific knowledge and to patients’ lives. I am an avid supporter of the opinion that when there is passion, there is always a way to success- so, in my case, since I have passion about this PhD project, I believe that I will successfully complete it.


After my PhD, I am planning to do my residency in Haematology. My goal is to become a physician-scientist, combining clinical work with basic and clinical research. I love both the innovative and creative aspect of research and the direct hands-on participation in clinical medicine. Unfortunately, undoubtedly, in Greece, research in Haematology is underfunded and research facilities are not so advanced. Therefore, doing my PhD at the is a unique opportunity, it is a chance to broaden my horizons, to learn research techniques and meet prominent scientists. This would be very difficult in Greece. Besides, my plan is to return to Greece and spread my knowledge to my colleagues and to try my best to practise the skills that I will have acquired.

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I have chosen to apply to the, because I particularly like the bench to bedside approach of the programme. Translational research is my passion, and I firmly believe, that this programme, that aims to translate new laboratory findings into the clinic to directly improve patient outcomes, suits me perfectly. However, the most important reason, why I would like to do my PhD at the is that this particular PhD program, named fascinates me. In the past, I did an internship in a Neuroscience laboratory, that did research about cannabinoids. Also, in the medical school, I was taught about the possible therapeutic effects of cannabinoids. Since then, cannabinoids constitute an extremely compelling research field for me. Furthermore, given that I desire to become a hematologist, doing research about CLL is very interesting for me. Within this framework, I am persuaded that this PhD programme is ideal for me.


Based on my overall curriculum and my personality, I consider that I could successfully complete this PhD. I am hard-working and I love studying, something that is proven by my scores during my medical studies (I ranked 1st among 53 students at the graduation ceremony), (Do not write it as a parenthetical. Incorporate it in the flow of text.) by the multiple scholarships that I was awarded. Also, I am persistent and I demonstrate a strong sense of commitment. An evidence to this statement, is the fact that although two colleagues and I initially started working on a research project about the relationship between psoriasis and stress, 3 years ago, we did not quit the project, despite the fact that there were many difficulties, and right now we are writing a the paper, in order to publish it be published in an appreciated journal. Through my medical and research journey, I have realised that I love answering whys and devoting time and effort for the sake of medical research with the purpose of contributing to the scientific knowledge and to patients’ lives. I am an avid supporter of the opinion that when there is passion, there is always a way to success- so, in my case, since I have passion about this PhD project, I believe that I will successfully complete it.

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