On average, employees in Boston, MA at Harvard University give their company a 2.9 rating out of 5.0 based on 31, whereas overall Average Rating of Harvard University is 4.1 out of 5.0 based on 127 Harvard University Review Ratings. The happiest Harvard University employees in Boston, MA are Postdoctoral Fellows submitting an average rating of 4.5 and Post Doctoral Researchers with a rating of 5.0.
"I have been working as a visiting scientist at Harvard Medical School for the last 9 months. It is one of the most futuristic places in the world."
"Great lab and working environment"
"I've worked at Harvard Medical School since 2019, and there are so many people working on different projects that it's a haven for collaboration. My supervisors are extremely nice, accommodating, and smart people. I've learned more here than I had in the many years prior. Highly recommend this place for work!"
"Harvard is a great place for performing research in diverse areas."
"I have worked for Harvard medical school for about an year and a half. I found the working environment pleasant and people here are very friendly."
"I work under an ideal setting for research with potentially infinite resources in terms of computation and experiments alike. I prefer collaborations and brain storming sessions. My current position allows me all of that and I love it."
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"A great intellectual atmosphere and great people to work with."
"Great academic environment, huge opportunity to grow professionally, only if mentored by the right professor. Not all the departments offer the exact same level of dominance in the field, as you expect from a Harvard school, but in some areas, the research level is top of its class. Therefore, a fascinating place to work and grow. However, the environment is overly competitive, which sometimes harm, while on the other hand, it can help you thrive. A bad aspect is that the system is highly bureaucratic, which sometimes makes for fell left aside. Nonetheless, that is not an issue for someone joining for the experience and for learning, to later go somewhere else to excel."
"Harvard is a great institution to work for. You are surrounded by international students, faculty and staff. Although the salary can be low depending on the position, the colleagues, friends, and great benefits make it worthwhile."
"HCRI is an academic research organization that performs many of the traditional CRO functions, but brings along with it the partnership it has with Harvard University."
"I feel very proud of what I contributed at Harvard. Unfortunately, no one else there has the capacity to fully understand the scope of what I made look easy. It was not, but I left them in a much better place than they were when I started. :-)"
"My postdoctoral studies focused on Biochemistry to understand more about biological mechanisms and synthesizing organic intermediates to understand the biological synthesis of natural products. Also, I am trained in developing and finding novel drugs for Multidrug Drug Resistance Tuberculosis/HIV patients. During this project I closely worked with MDs, research scientists and patients from the United States and South Africa along with several individuals from Harvard Affiliated Hospitals."
"HBS is an excellent place to work. The people are friendly and the work environment is safe. People are always willing to help. The HBS campus cannot compare to any other within the University; it is clean and inviting."
"It is a No1 University wold wide."
What do you like about working at Harvard University?
"Harvard provides super training programs and research courses to employees."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"This is one of the best universities in the world with many smart people. Be prepared for it."
What don't you like about working at Harvard University?
"Training programs and career development. I have learned a lot here."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"More collabrations and more training in statistic classes would be very helpful."
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