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Mr Ajit is an Expert Biomedical Researcher trained in Biomedical engineering and Clinical Medicine. he had working experience with multidisciplinary international basic and clinical researchers.He had also worked in independent project management in clinical research.His outclass contribution in publications related to his field also counts in for his specialization.

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Hi, If you could dissect out the words: Cyto (cell) + Genetcis = Cyto-genetics This indicates you go down into the cell and work with the major intracellular components for example DNA, Chromosome. In Molecular diagnostic is a broad term and it includes various diagnostic approaches at molecular level (detecting hormones, proteins, blood parameters etc.) Even if it looks, both stream may differ, they are pretty much over lapping when it comes to course, syllabi and techniques. You need to have a thorough back ground and training in molecular biology, pathology, cell biology, genetics. Coming

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on June 30, 2015
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Hi Gaurav, Interpersonal skills (sometimes we call it soft skills) decide 80% of a particular job offer and only 15-20% of decisions are made on core expertise. So you could well imagine, soft skills are key not only to become or as a Psychiatrist but also for any profession today. To improve your soft skills, I'd suggest to try the followings: 1) Talk to your friends, family members to give an honest opinion about you. You must know how you are perceived outside. Do people think good/positive about you or negative about you. If they say, they think you are the best person and all good, then I

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on March 23, 2015
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Hi Arpita, These days, it's possible to have cross disciplinary curriculum. Nobody asks for a gap period when you wish to sit for an [entrance examination][1]. If you are taking a conscious decision and you are convinced, just give it a go. For example, there is a course in IIT Kharagpur, for Medical doctors (MBBS) too. If you have any specific queries, get back to me.Good Luck!A [1]: /ask/t/can-i-become-a-doctor-ive-finished-my-12th-how-to-prepare-for-amrita-medical-entrance

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on October 29, 2014
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Hi,You can opt to go for a Masters abroad for example in the USA you need to take subject/general GRE, TOFEL and apply to various Universities. Online application and personal interviews are usual ways to go abroad.Revert if you need further clarifications on specific queries.Good Luck,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Hi,For going along MBA, you need to go through CAT for India and GMAT for international MBA stream. If you wish to opt for MS in the USA, you can appear either subject GRE or general GRE and you can pretty much choose any stream related to your core expertise.Good Luck,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Both the options seem to be feasible. You could opt for jobs or try to go abroad for higher studies too. In some instances (in some countries) for job, you may need to obtain an appropriate license through a regulatory training, which depends on the skill and demand of the job for a particular condition.Best,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Both the options seem to be feasible. You could opt for jobs or try to go abroad for higher studies too. In some instances (in some countries) for job, you may need to obtain an appropriate license through a regulatory training, which depends on the skill and demand of the job for a particular condition.Best,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Both the options seem to be feasible. You could opt for jobs or try to go abroad for higher studies too. In some instances (in some countries) for job, you may need to obtain an appropriate license through a regulatory training, which depends on the skill and demand of the job for a particular condition.Best,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Hello Sandeep,It depends which sector or country you are opting for. But the most important 4 languages in terms of demand are 1. French 2. Chinese (Mandarin) 3.German, 4.SpanishHope it helps.Good Luck!Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014
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Hi Mayank,MS Patholgy is possible after MBBS. But to continue in Pathology related subjects, you need to go for a Masters in life science stream and choose clinicopathological research etc.Good Luck,Ajit

Answered by: Ajit sankar Mallik, MD PhD,(CABMM) and University Hospital Zurich, on July 10, 2014