Something I have always found disturbing is the fact that no one seems to know what happened with that previous colleague that left the academic path to look for a job in the private sector. OK, this is probably much more true in High Energy Physics than in other areas, but that’s my field… Continue reading Keep track of your students!
Can a PhD in Theoretical Physics find a postdoc in Neuroscience? Well… it’s actually an “ideal candidate“! Continue reading LINK: From theoretical physics to neuroscience?
Yes, yes, you read it well. I’m a nanodoctor. But we can’t forget I studied physics. Last year, attending an international workshop on Nanomedicine in Malaga (Spain), I had the chance to flip through a lot of resumes of people working in nanomedicine and I realized then that a lot of them were physicists. Continue reading Nanodoctor
I am a second year resident in Hospital Radiophysics, a health specialty regulated by the Spanish Royal Decree 220/1997. Students have to do a hospital residency (paid), which normally lasts three years, to gain access to this profession. Continue reading Radiophysicist in a hospital