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Asked 10th Aug, 2022
How can I find faculty contact information from a school of medicine page?
Hello everyone! I am currently applying for postdoc positions, and I have been running into problems with finding a PI's faculty e-mail address. I am running this issue a lot when looking into PIs affiliated with their home university's school of medicine. For example, there are many PIs in the NYU Grossman School of Medicine who I would like to contact for possible positions, but I cannot find their e-mail addresses listed on their faculty page. The only contact information listed is a phone number for a specific treatment facility. (ex: "call this number to reach the cancer center")
Can someone please give me some advice? How can I find the corresponding e-mails for publications written by a PI's lab?
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You can search for their names on Google scholar. Many a time, the result is accompanied with all other information you may need; their personal emails included, especially if they've been corresponding authors in an article.
Best of luck!
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One means may be to locate a paper in which the individual you seek is senior author. That paper usually includes a contact email for the first (corresponding) author. A search for the author on Google advanced search should reveal some possibilities, often in PDF form. Good luck.
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