stimulating place to work, difficult to advance without medical degree
Research Fellow (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 October 2017
The University of Calgary, Faculty of Medicine, Cardiology Division, has been a very stimulating place to work. However, the non-medical Research Scientists have no job security and have very limited ability to rise through the union designated levels. Management is very localized, and most of the work is performed in small teams. The most enjoyable aspects of the job include creative autonomy, and developing intellectual relationships with medical students.