I am a junior math/physics major, but I started out in biology and still work in biology lab (computational/systems biology lab----- not really biophysics). I am planning on applying for grad school in physics to study biophysics. That is I would like to be a grad student in the physics department working on biophysics. My question is whether my experience in a biology lab will be viewed by graduate schools. Should I uproot and move to a physics group??
Also, I am only a few classes away from a bio degree, should I stay an extra summer to get the biology degree? Will anyone really care? Thanks!
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