Did you mayhaps mean postdoctoral?
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“This suggests that a mechanism must kick in during the toddler years to prevent neurons from growing and forming new connections, said Dr. Smith, who moved back to Canada in 2008 after doing post-doctoral work at Harvard University.”
“More: Wife's Trades Sink Banker Mr. Jordan, who joined the SNB as an economic adviser in 1997, has a largely academic background, having lectured at the universities of Bern and Zurich and written a post-doctoral thesis at Harvard University.”
“I also completed a post-doctoral research fellowship in the Netherlands.”
“The joy of conversation with Dr. Myhrvold, who has a string of degrees and has done post-doctoral research with Professor Stephen Hawking on quantum mechanics and gravity theory, is that when it comes to any question whatsoever regarding the science of food or anything else for that matter, out comes a rapid fire account, explained with such lucidity that it even makes the recipient feel more intelligent than they have the right to.”
“These include long post-doctoral periods, extended terms to get tenure, etc.”
“My mind goes back to 1981 when I had recently returned to Paris from my post-doctoral studies at Harvard and was working as clinical head at the Hospital Broussais.”
“How do you get an academic post-doctoral researcher who needs to own' a problem and show his contribution in solving it for a viable career to work on a collaborative project, asks Sunder Rajan.”
“At that time, it was not easy for post-doctoral researchers to find positions.”
“Following these contacts, I decided to join Bob Bassin for a post-doctoral research fellowship at the NIH in Bethesda in the mid-70s.”
“Although I don't do a lot of teaching I do occasionally supervise grad students, post-doctoral fellows, medical residents, and so on.”
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