Cast your vote for the 2013 Best Places To Work

I hope everyone in the US had a relaxing Labor Day Weekend and were able to take some time off from their research projects.

After some much needed R&R, are you looking forward to going back to work? Well, The Scientist wants to know. They are conducting their annual best places to work survey for 2013. For those of you following our blog, you might remember our recent comments on mentoring weaknesses of 2012′s top 25 life science academic institutions.

Since RateMyPI.com was founded on the notion that a healthy work environment is essential for scientific success, I encourage everyone to take the time and fill out this survey. If you’re proud of where you work or with whom you work for, let other scientists know. And, if you’re not so proud, let others know that too. The more people who vote, the more accurate the survey. Responses are confidential and you will be entered into a drawing for a $100 Amazon gift card.

The Scientist will publish their results starting in April of 2013. By then, RateMyPI.com may have profiles of leading scientists at each of these top ranked institutions. We’ll be sure to highlight who our members feel are influential to their career success.

To stay updated on these results, please sign-up to follow our blog.

Follow the links below to vote or leave a comment below to let everyone know why your institution is one of the best places to work.

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About Erin Hascup

Erin graduated with her B.S. in Biochemistry from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in 2001 and went on to conduct research at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Erin returned to school and obtained a PhD in Anatomy and Neurobiology from the University of Kentucky in 2007. She completed postdocs at the Karolinska Institute and McGill University. Erin currently works at Southern Illinois School of Medicine and is co-founder of RateMyPI.com. Follow Erin on Twitter @RuthiePhD.
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