27 February 2004

best places for Postdocs to work

Best Places to Work for Postdocs 2004@the scientist

1. Comprehensive collections of journals and books
2. Scientific career preparation
3. High quality research tools
4. Smooth communication in the lab
5. Quality research
6. Supportive colleagues
7. Well-maintained buildings
8. Scientific mentoring from PIs
9. Lab technical support
10. University services

how to get faculty positions?

Faculty Positions 1: Finding The Right Fit@Science Career

25 February 2004

work experience@sports academy

i have started work experience at the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS).

QAS provides elite athletes with expert coaching and cutting-edge support services.
The academy will also be the only state-sponsored Centre of Excellence for Applied Sport Science Research.

QAS has now re-located from South Brisbance to Nathan (old ANZ [QEII] stadium) with bigger and better facilities.

i look forward to challenge myself here.

16 February 2004

HR rhythm monitoring

Dr. Ary Goldberger, a heart researcher in Harvard Uni, who has found
a way to turn heartbeats into music and then use this music as an aid to diagnosing the person's heart.

the idea may be used to monitor athletes' HR leading to diagnose overtraining.

13 February 2004

advice for postdoc

Science careers

Postdoctoral Opportunities I ? Academic Initiation

• broader tr = grant writing, laboratory management, communication and presentation skills, and ethics and the responsible conduct of research
• cross-disciplinary process = interdisciplinary, collaboration
• criteria for selection = management + communication + personality
• finding the right location = key is to follow your passion

number of students@UK = sports sci > physics + chemistry

Daily Telegraph

universities fear science courses will disappear

12 February 2004

10 February 2004

biological markers for overtraining

Pathol Biol

nothing special in this review and similar to review papers such as this and this.

we need a breakthrough paper which can lead to a new paradigm in the field of overtraining.