"Working at Stanford gives not only great benefits, but almost limitless potential to work on projects."
"I’ve worked for Stanford for 3 years and it has been a positive experience."
"Difficult to obtain promotional opportunity within the same department even if you are a top performer."
"Pros: Great benefits, prestigious name, and great research opportunities. Cons: low chance for getting promotions and moving up the ladder. Lower pay compared to the industry."
"I have been at Stanford for over 4 years. It has been an amazing experience. Its a great place to work. I would have stayed but the research is ending."
"I find Stanford University an excellent platform for innovating exciting science."
"Great organization and friendly staff."
"I think it's highly rewarding and motivating to be a part of the research that truly changes the world. The benefits at Stanford are very generous and I appreciate the people that I work with. Everyone is very professional, extremely smart, and humble."
"Great work palce, perfect infralstructure."
"Good team to work with. I appreciate all the opportunity to work with the clinical team and regulatory team in streamlining the clinical development."
"I have worked for Stanford Research for Population of Health Sciences for a contracted program. The results of the program did not turn out to be, what we we had hope. Unfortunately, the program was discontinued, During my time there, collaborating with the program staff and program manager, it was very beneficial for me. I learned a lot when it comes to research and program development."
"Stanford University is a great place to work."
"I've been working in StartX since September 2014 and the position has been very satisfying. My coworkers are very supportive and I have met founders from other startups who are very encouraging with my desire to move forward in my engineering career."
"Stanford overall is a good employer, but is known to underpay its administrative and support staff. They get away with it because of their name. With an administrative role you will probably need two incomes, or roommates, and you may have a very long commute because the salary does not afford a place near campus. What department you work in will also highly affect your experience. As it is often said, people don't quit their jobs, they quit their bosses. Stanford is huge, and departments and experiences vary."
"I am actually post-doc. It very much depends on PIs. I really dont recommend to start it if you have any doubt about PI. It is very competitive and you only work to satisfy PIs needs. After all, hard work and little salary, you may still end up in industry. If you have good experience with group and PI within a year, keep going. If not, leave. On the other hand, stanford does not provide much benefits for postdocs. No retirement, no life insurance. Health insurance is the best one."
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