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Scientific Managing Editor - THI Journal

Texas Heart Institute Houston, TX

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    I worked at The Texas Heart Institute full-time (More than a year)


    Able to follow one of the most famous leader in this field and learn some advanced techniques. Projects are interesting and colleague scientists and technicians are very friendly and knowledgeable about their work and happy to share.


    Negative history in the field. Regulation is messed up, most of people in mid level management have no idea what they are doing. PMs seem to have poor idea what their job duties are. Office political is very intense in some labs here, they would ask you to choose "right" side.

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    Mid level management need to trust their employee and not treating them like teenagers. I believe most of US company don't tell their employee how to behave as an adult. More appreciation to contribution of their own employee who worked hard in the lab, they seem to assume all salary employee suppose to work more than eight hours. High level management should really take a close look on their mid-level management group, they are forcing important and good employee to leave.

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