>> Out of curiousity, I'd like to know what the followers of this thread
> consider to be a "strong publication record" before one can start to
> consider the next step from post-doc to asst. prof.
>> Although this is, I realize, very subjective depending upon your area
> of expertise (and where you apply), it would be helpful to get ballpark
> figures. My "guess-timate" for those of us in neuroscience is ~10-15?
> Any comments?
>> June Kume-Kick
Do committees really judge candidates on the sheer NUMBER of
publications? Does anyone look at the QUALITY of publications?
It seems to me that so much science these days is just turning the crank
to create that least publishable unit in order to create a huge