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PhD to Post Doc

Postby Saleem » Sun Jul 22, 2007 3:09 pm

Dear all,

I am a graduate student enrolled at the NRW Graduate School of Chemistry,Munster,Germany and I am working in the field of Biophysics. My question is that how easy or difficult is it to change the field during my postdoctoral studies?? I mean I have a Master´s in life sciences but after doing my graduate studies in biophysics,how easy or difficult is it, if I want to turn to say gene expression or chromatin remodelling studies(or say molecular biology).
Looking forward to your views.
Thank you.

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