Choices----- the other side

C. J. Fuller cjfuller at mindspring.com
Thu May 18 13:25:38 EST 2000


In article <170520001711083227%bmartin at utmem.edu>, <bmartin at utmem.edu> wrote:

>In article <cjfuller-1705000815210001 at c-fuller1.uncg.edu>,
>cjfuller at mindspring.com (C. J. Fuller) wrote:
>
>>The PI is excellent at rewarding the
>> techs and nurses in the group for doing their part, which is why so many
>> of them have stayed around for all that time.  There are a few people
>> who've been with him for over 25 years!  They also have established lives
>> that would be disrupted (in some cases beyond repair) had they opted to go
>> back to school in their 30's or 40's.  
>
>
>What happens when the PI retires?   
>
>B. Martin

Good question, since he will probably do so in 2005.  One would hope that
other savvy PI's at the med school would snap these people up, or that
younger PhD's or MD's in the group would carry on with them.

Cindy

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