An interview with Dr. Norman Rosenblum: Reflections on a career as a clinician-scientist and advice for trainees

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Gregory Ryan Handrigan


Clinician-scientist, mentorship, professional development


Dr. Norman Rosenblum is a clinician-scientist at the Hospital for Sick Children and the University of Toronto. In this interview, he reflects on the joys and challenges of his career in clinical research. We discuss the key ingredients to success in this career path, the value of mentorship to trainees, and the selective advantage of clinician-scientists in the increasingly competitive world of research.