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What studies have you worked on in the past?
You will likely have your most prominent studies listed on your resume. Focus on those studies that you are most proud of in your career. Talk to the interviewer a bit about them, what you achieved, and what you were able to learn. Briefly walk the interviewer through each study.

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What studies have you worked on in the past?
Enviornmental air quality studies.
In the past, I have worked on studies involving groups in the Adopt-A-Highway program. I have studied multiple financial data groups and anazlyzed the information to make sure everything is correct.
I have done a study on Forecasting electricity demand for Windhoek residence, for my Honours research.
Except dose/response Phase I (only one), I have worked on preclincal animal's model (cardiology, neurology ...) study pilot, Phase II and III : from placebo controlled to therapeutic stregaies, including.
I have worked on the project of China Air pollution project, which is related to.
I am trying to apply statistics in the relations between countries in the new global climate.
A project to build a model to determine the optimal drug combination with least toxicity; A clinical research project to compare the treatment effects of 2 different cardiovascular drugs; A survey analysis project.
Repeated measures anova in animal experiments.