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Written by Isaiah Hankel, Ph.D. I went to graduate school because I liked working independently. I liked having the time to think and study problems and form hypotheses and gather data on my own. Sure, I enjoyed working with others in the lab and I valued (and needed) advice from…
Written by Isaiah Hankel, Ph.D. Niki wanted an industry job. But, like most PhDs, she didn't know much about the process of getting hired. She was in the middle of her second year as a postdoc at the University of Florida (UF) College of Medicine after getting her PhD at UF. She published several papers…
Written by Isaiah Hankel, Ph.D. I wasn’t the most intelligent person in Graduate School. I was average. There were a lot of other intelligent people though. Some of them were nice. But a lot of them were negative. Really negative. Or maybe I just remember the negative ones more because…