Ahoy, I was hoping to illicit advice on returning to physics after a stint in computational biology. I have a PhD in theoretical physics with a good number of physics publications in good journals, but unfortunately lacking in significant citations. At the end of the PhD, for various reasons (some good, some kinda stupid; 20/20 hindsight) I packed my bags for a postdoc in comp bio, building models, doing numerical simulations, and statistics-y stuff. I enjoy it, but I have [too] slowly come to the realization that I want to return to my first science (desperately). This current postdoc has been 2 years (since my phd), but the plot thickens because a few months ago (after several, but probably not enough, failed physics job applications) I signed for a new comp bio postdoc elsewhere, this one focusing more on multiscale modelling and big data, amongst other things. I make no bones about the fact that despite recognizing to hole I put myself in, I appear to be trying to dig my way out. Regardless, any advice on such a situation (viable paths back into the fold, I hope) would be much appreciated. I have a keen interest (and briefly did some work on) galactic dynamics and cosmological analysis, and so I have a vain hope that by expanding my simulation/analysis/coding skillset I am maybe not running in entirely the wrong direction. Thanks in advance. Note: I have no intention on breaking my signed contract, I'm well aware of the implications of such (or at least, I wouldn't do it unless I had something truly amazing lined up to make it worth the negatives).