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Sackler Ph.D. students are required to submit a Rotation Research Report at the completion of each rotation. The Report provides a brief (2 to 3 pages, double-spaced) summary of your research activities, and contains the following elements:
- Title of project and name of research advisor.
- Introduction. In a paragraph or so, provide general background information on your research topic, and indicate the specific question(s) addressed during your rotation.
- Results. The section should provide a short summary of the significant data that you achieved during your rotation, and include mention of the general methodology that you employed. You do NOT need to include the actual data in the report.
- Discussion. Succinctly summarize the significance of your findings. Indicate possible implications of the work, and suggest future experimental directions.
Research rotations are graded on a pass/fail basis. Timely submission of the research reports will be the sole criteria for receiving a passing grade. The research reports must be submitted within two weeks of the completion of the rotation to Ms. Lisabeth Greene in the Sackler Office.