Stimulated and Supported or Coddled and Cramped? | GenomeWeb

After three months as a postdoc in a "small lab," having landed there fresh out of her PhD program at a medium-sized one, the blogger at More than Science says there are both plusses and minuses to having additional one-on-one time with her PI — who is not only involved in nearly all of the lab's goings-on, but also spends time alongside trainees at the bench.

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