- Posts: 2541
- Thank you received: 3
Depends is the answer to your first qestion, and yes to the other two. However, I should also point out that you can be a "Fed" working at any number of places in the US. I posted some links on Mommd so you may want to do a search. In the meantime, check out this link for Federal positions in the US and throughout the world:
Originally posted by amf77:
Path, that sounds like a great balance. With respect to the NIH or other government agencies, would you have to be based in DC or are you talking about applying for grant money from the NIH for funding specific research (I thought NIH grants were very difficult to come by)? Or can you collaborate on ongoing research at NIH from your academic institution's lab?
I'm not sure if my questions make sense...