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As plastic surgery is a field with innovation at its core, the role of research in furthering our mission cannot be overstated. Sarah A. Applebaum @sarahapplebaum and her co-authors from The Gosain Lab @gosainlab at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago evaluated the impact of dedicated research years during medical school on academic productivity in plastic surgery residents. Plastic surgery residents who pursued dedicated research time during medical school demonstrated a two-fold increase in publications both before and during residency, suggesting research years produce more research-minded surgeons and have the potential to herald a career in academic plastic surgery. The Value Of Research Beyond The Match: Do Dedicated Research Years In Medical School Prognosticate Academic Productivity In Residency? Sarah A. Applebaum, MD @sarahapplebaum; Jenna R. Stoehr, BA @jenna.stoehr; Jonathan T. Bacos, MD @jt_bac; Elbert E. Vaca, MD @elbertvaca_md; Joseph Lopez, MD, MBA @drjosephlopez; Yuyang Chu, BS; ASPSRC Subspecialty Career Pathways Study Group; Arun K. Gosain, MD @gosainlab Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago, IL

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