Mentoring advice….for the greybearded and bluehaired

November 1, 2010

Yes, my friends, mentoring goes up as well as down when you are a mid career scientist. Sometimes even the extremely well established named-chair University Professor of blah-de-blah needs a little reality check.
Fortunately, the good Comrade PhysioProf is here to help.

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5 Responses to “Mentoring advice….for the greybearded and bluehaired”

  1. Dr. Feelgood Says:

    What the fuck??! Does CPP have my office bugged!?

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  2. DrugMonkey Says:

    How did Scarpa respond to you, Dr. F?

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  3. becca Says:

    I want those tapes.

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  4. Dr. Feelgood Says:

    Scarpa accused us, in person, at one point of receiving confidential information from a study section after we found out a conflicted reviewer was allowed to review a grant. He was more interested in finding out how we found this out, and less interested in the SRO who allowed a douchebag to intentionally torpedo a competitors work when he was a already specifically conflicted out by us with the SRO.
    My personal view on him: Bureaucratic Bushy ball-licker

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  5. DrugMonkey Says:

    when he was a already specifically conflicted out by us with the SRO
    My understanding is that you don’t automatically get to have a person prevented from reviewing your grant just because you claim that there is a conflict, Dr. F. Unless it is a clear case that follows under the firm rules.

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