"Liking: New challenges, exciting subjects, publishing results in good journals, participating in high level conferences. Hating: just to leave them at the end of the contract."
"I've been working on developing algorithms for processing time series data and I believe to be making a vital contribution to the community through my research."
"There is nothing positive about this job."
"I love the fact that I am the lead research on a diversity body of research projects."
"The training is good but the benefit is bad."
"As a post-doctoral fellow, I can freely research on my favorite topics without any intervention. But it is a temporary position so that I need to continuously find the next position."
"I love the ability to be creative and to develop my ideas. I do not like the fact that unfortunately sometimes postdocs are not paid as much as they deserve."
"Love to publish scientific research publications but hate when you want to make novel drugs and making them commercialized."
"I hate the fact that I have the freedom to decide on when to work and how to conduct my research. I have weekly meetings with my supervisor to report my progress. During my time as a post doctoral fellow at the University of Waterloo, I have already published a brief book with Springer Inc. The only fact I don't like about is the lack of practical research we conduct in collaboration with the industry. I believe that this problem is already identified, and will be rectified in the future,"
"Love atmosphere.Not satisfied with pay."
"The other postdocs and some of the permanent staff are awesome."
"I love being challenged every day and love producing results that will have value for decades to come and will lay the foundation of what is produced afterwards."
"I love clinical investigation which gets you deep into the understanding of disease mechanism as they occur."
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