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Just WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE offering advice here?

Postby Dave Jensen » Fri Oct 15, 2004 12:48 pm

We've had a phenomenal start to our new forum. I just wanted to make the general request for you to help me spread the word about this service. There will be many people around you in the lab or office who have no idea that we are here.

I'm floored by the quality of the participants . . . Here are just a very few of them, and a couple of comments. THANK YOU to each and every participant here.

- Bill and Naledi, two of the best career counselors you'd ever find who know about graduate education and career opportunities in the life sciences, from UCSF, one of the best career groups in the country.

- Jim Austin has been seen on the forum. Have you read his insights on NextWave? I don't know how he finds the time to help us, but we sure appreciate it. Jim is one of the key people at the AAAS NextWave site (www.nextwave.org).

- Thanks to frequent posters such as Jim Gardner (a big pharma guy who really knows his stuff), Don H. (who has moved from consulting to the world of life sciences finance), and many others, such as Drew, Andy, Sam, K Seth, Jill and others who take the time from their busy careers to help others on a regular basis.

Please, help spread the word.

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