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My Journey Out of Academia... and Back


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When I started my career, I assumed that I would always stay in academia. I got my PhD from a large, well-respected institution (University of Michigan Medical School), did a postdoc at another great school (UCLA), and was lucky enough to find two faculty positions (first returning to the University of Michigan, and then several years later at Mount Sinai).

I was happy with my career. I was applying for grants and publishing papers. In hindsight, though, I wish someone had told me that there were other options for careers in science — ones that did not involve being at an academic institution, or even at the bench.

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