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Inside the NICHD:
Watch Dr. Albert describe the enjoyment he gets from work

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GRAPHIC SLIDE: Paul Albert, Ph.D.

Dr. Albert on camera.

Dr. Paul Albert: Well, first of all, I work too much, I have to say, so I always feel bad when I hear comments like that, because I think I need to get hobbies.

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Dr. Albert on camera.

Dr. Albert: So it’s great to have a job—and actually my son always says this. My son doesn’t like statistics and doesn’t want to be involved in science, but what he does appreciate—he says to me, “I want to have a job where I like it as much as you do.” So I thought that was a compliment, you know, “Because you always want to work, even at night.” So I sort of like to set that role model to him, the fact that you sort of love your work that you want to do it at home.

Last Updated Date: 07/01/2013
Last Reviewed Date: 07/01/2013
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