Are Publications by Medical Students Predictive of Future Academic Productivity?

An August 2020 publication in JAAD (83:624-626) from the University of Pennsylvania suggests that first author publications, more publications, and publication in high-impact journals were most predictive of future academic productivity. Surprisingly, it was found that large numbers of preresidency case reports was negatively associated with future academic productivity. The authors suggest that

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