On Saturday, August 26th, 2017, the University of Michigan was 200 years old.
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In my previous post “Web-Site Warning,” I mentioned that I’m just this week returning to do some work on my web-site. It’s refreshing my memory on a number of issues.
In all these posts about the end of my job, some of you might be surprised that I’m only now writing about the LIMS. Me, too. U of M runs the LVS Biobanking solution which I knew before I had an inkling I would work there so I guarantee I’m not passing along any secrets, here. It was easy enough to see from reading people’s LinkedIn profiles so they’re not keeping it a secret.
In my previous posts “End of Time at U of M – Regrets?” and “End of Time at U of M – Regrets? (Open Courseware),” I talked a little about experiences with this newfound employment. I’m still glad I did it.
In my previous post, I mentioned that I had planned to take a health analytics course and mentioned what a cool idea it was. You’re thinking this doesn’t sound so cool but, I assure you, it is. Please read on…
My time at the University of Michigan is over and I posted that change in LinkedIn as soon as I returned home from my final day at work. An unbelievably large number of people who were interested-enough to suddenly look at my profile (lots more than usual). Hopefully, that will lead to one type of great opportunity or another.