Graduate Researcher (Former Employee), Montréal, QC – May 30, 2014
Analyzing data and preparing grand reports Learning new laboratory equipment and technique Learning how to tackle technical problems Supervising undergraduate and summer students Presenting the work in a group was the most enjoyable part of the job
exciting position where I learned to work both independently and in collaboration with others
Research Assistant (Current Employee), Montréal, QC – March 1, 2014
To identify the valuable research topic for the research projects and to make contributions to the literature is so far the most challenging task I've ever had. I reviewed hundreds of interested papers and books for more than 10 months, took notes on the existing contributions of published papers, summarized the established results and tried to think – more... about possible improvement on them. It happened that I started to work on something I though was new but found out later on that someone else had already done similar research on it. It was frustrating sometimes but it also rang an alarm that literature review is an important and constant job for researchers. It is only through my strong interest in conducting research and determination that I finally found the interesting research questions that lead to my research topics and innovative analysis methodologies. – less
Hard work engaging with peers and also fun to refresh the mind
Curriculum advisor and health researcher (Current Employee), Montreal – February 25, 2014
Full energy always commences at the beginning of the day hence hard work is essentially maximum in the morning. Engaging with peers and students will serve a boost to the long day. At the end of it some fun is essential to refresh the mind.