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Johns Hopkins University Postdoctoral Fellow Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Jun 12, 2014
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Postdoctoral Fellow
Baltimore, MD

I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Johns Hopkins University.

Interview Details – I was referred by my boss from my previous postdoctoral position in Johns Hopkins University. I was invited to come and talk to my potential employer, and Research Associate from the same lab and present my previous research on the lab meeting. Everything went smoothly and I got an offer a few days later.

Interview Question – No difficult questions - mostly about my research and skills and future plans.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiation


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Postdoctoral Fellow

Interviewed at Johns Hopkins University

Interview Details – I was first recruited through an international meeting and then invited to visit the department. It was a casual visit to discuss prospects and future prospects. Also met other support personnel, and the department did a great job of hosting


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Postdoctoral Fellow
Baltimore, MD

I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Johns Hopkins University in March 2010.

Interview Details – phone interview was processed first, and onsite interview was conducted. All researchers were very hard working and excellent

Interview Question – I didn't have to deal with difficult questions since they evaluated me based on my research and presentations   Answer Question

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