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Research Jobs in Singapore.. what to expect

Postby mpp » Sat, 04 Oct 2008 9:38 am

Hi all, I am an Indian currently in US..i have done my medical (Homepathy) from India later did my MS, PHd and post doc from US.Currenty dng my third year post doc... can anyone please tell me what salary can a assistant professor expect if dng research for universities like NUS etc....I am married and it is just the two of us..Also what is the average travelling time in Singapore for someone staying at East Coat and travelling by MRT or Bus and wrking at outram Park

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Postby ashmika » Sat, 04 Oct 2008 12:56 pm

Hi,

Do you mean Homoeoapthy ? Can one do post doc in Homoeopathy ? I am just curious as I also did BHMS from India & now moving to Singapore.

My husband is joining NUS as an assistant prof & he has been offered something around 100k +univercity housing. He is going to join CS dept. Hope it Helps.

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Postby mpp » Sat, 04 Oct 2008 11:11 pm

ashmika wrote:Hi,

Do you mean Homoeoapthy ? Can one do post doc in Homoeopathy ? I am just curious as I also did BHMS from India & now moving to Singapore.

My husband is joining NUS as an assistant prof & he has been offered something around 100k +univercity housing. He is going to join CS dept. Hope it Helps.


No did my Phd in pharmacology..............sorry but wht does CS stand for............

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Postby ashmika » Sat, 04 Oct 2008 11:38 pm

HI,,

Computor science dept.

You did your undergrad as a Homoeopathy or a pharmacy.

mpp wrote:
ashmika wrote:Hi,

Do you mean Homoeoapthy ? Can one do post doc in Homoeopathy ? I am just curious as I also did BHMS from India & now moving to Singapore.

My husband is joining NUS as an assistant prof & he has been offered something around 100k +univercity housing. He is going to join CS dept. Hope it Helps.


No did my Phd in pharmacology..............sorry but wht does CS stand for............

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Postby mpp » Sat, 04 Oct 2008 11:47 pm

Did my undergrad in Homepathy (BHMS)...........Thanks your reply has helped in estimating salary for assistant professors...

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Postby taxico » Fri, 10 Oct 2008 1:17 pm

you could also apply with independent or government affiliated bio-research companies.

grants are more forth-coming... better trained colleagues... : ) paperwork processed faster too, in the latter. i'm exploring that option right now.

the money's quite good for an untrained person like me, so i'd expect it's gonna be definitely in the 6 digit ball park for post-doc persons like you!

taxico, m.d.

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working in Spore as a Researcher

Postby Bengy » Mon, 30 Mar 2009 2:46 pm

Can somebody tell me what is the working lifestyle like working as a senior researcher? I hv an application with Nparks for the post of Urban Ecology (work in conjunction with NUS) . I wonder is it very stressful, work round the clock, etc?






ashmika wrote:Hi,

Do you mean Homoeoapthy ? Can one do post doc in Homoeopathy ? I am just curious as I also did BHMS from India & now moving to Singapore.

My husband is joining NUS as an assistant prof & he has been offered something around 100k +univercity housing. He is going to join CS dept. Hope it Helps.


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