I have a postdoc contract in particle physics. Specifically, I work in an experiment that studies the nature of the neutrino, one of the most elusive particles in the Universe. But, how did I end up here? Let’s start from the beginning. Continue reading Making a switch: From theory to experiment
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