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How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

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Old 07-12-2009, 05:19 AM
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Default How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?



Hi folks,
I am going to finish my PhD in molecular biology in May 2010 and I immediately want to start my post doctorate in USA, I don't know when should I start looking for the positions available so i don't have to waste my time? And most important how can I find the post-doctorate as in google when I looked for that I got some hits and links for other sites but none of very important. Even I tried to contact the people but nobody replied.

So this is not working!. I would really appreciate if you can give some info about this- how to find the vacancy, how to approach and when to start looking for!!
Waiting for your help!!!
Thanks and regards!!
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Old 10-25-2009, 05:27 PM
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

I would like to know the answer too.
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Old 10-26-2009, 12:48 AM
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

[Only registered users see links. ]

If you are open to overseas positions:

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and some other..

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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

HI Sneha and Konfolut both,

i would also like to recommend the same sites mentioned by 'nanofreak'. one thing more i would like to add that Sneha start searching right now if u r going to finish ur Ph.D. in 2010 starting months.....bcz it takes almost minimum 3-4 months to get a postdoc if u will apply continuously ......and u can directly apply for postdcos through the universities in USA where u r interested to work ahead.

hope u'll get help...if need any other assistance always welcome. Good luck!
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

Do you know what? I've just checked few offers and I am shocked with salaries. 2200 pounds? That is a salary for 9 years of studying (not mentioning 13 years of primary school and high shool)? That is ridiculous. My friend with no education sells sweets for 1800 pounds.
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

you can go to libary..There are many information that you want..books is important, yo shouldn't ingore them..Yeah, i don't deny that we can search many information on line, but at the other side, the books are good too..
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:34 AM
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

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Do you know what? I've just checked few offers and I am shocked with salaries. 2200 pounds? That is a salary for 9 years of studying (not mentioning 13 years of primary school and high shool)? That is ridiculous. My friend with no education sells sweets for 1800 pounds.
Hi Konfolut,

Quite obvious reaction about salaries......but in which field we r , we want more & more work satisfaction not the money....infact i give importance......well, opinions may be different........what r u doing right now?....and whad do u think now?....well work hard.....it is the key of real success in the life....goodluck for ur bright future...
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

Science, Nature and Cell all have job postings, with many post-doc positions listed.

You can also contact people you'd like to PD with directly - just drop them a not-too-asskissy e-mail with your CV attached. Worst case scenario is they say no.

Bryan
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

Hi Bryan,

Thanks!

U r right,.... one can approach directly to the persons....either it will yes or no..

thanks again..

Mani
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Default Re: How can I find the post doctoral vacancies in USA?

Hi all,
Right known i am doin phd in organic chemistry and i am searching for postdoc.
But i am little confuse in which university should i select in usa
there are lots of universities in usa
how can i find right university for me...
waiting for ur reply...
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