Enhancing Neuroplasticity After Traumatic Brain Injury-Cynthia

Enhancing Neuroplasticity After Traumatic Brain Injury-Cynthia

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Dear Grace Giesbach, My name is Cynthia and I am a second year UCLA undergraduate in the  department of Physiological Sciences.  I’m writing to express my interest in doing  research in your laboratory this quarter, Fall of 2009, through the Student  Research Program (SRP) offered by the Undergraduate Research Center. As a physiology major and a premedical student, I am extremely interested in  research that focuses in the various aspects of life sciences, such as neurology  and behavioral analysis of organisms.  Your study of the enhancement of  neuroplasiticity after TBI sounds very exciting.  As someone who has always 
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Unformatted text preview: loved science, I am much interested in learning more about this topic, and am excited to acquire the new skills that this position requires. I would deeply appreciate an opportunity to meet with you to discuss your availability for this research project; please contact me to arrange a day and time at your convenience. Additionally, I have attached my curriculum vitae for your review. I greatly look forward for your reply. Sincerely, Cynthia Feng [email protected] (314)-825-8174...
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course ENGINEER 1509900200 taught by Professor Engineer during the Spring '09 term at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.

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