Careers in Biomedical Science
There are careers available with education requirements ranging from a high school diploma or a GED, to an AA Degree, to a BS, to a PhD/MD/ DVM.
Why Work in Medical Research?
Medical research spans a broad area of the sciences with a goal to gain knowledge about and understanding of the biological processes and the causes of disease, ill-health, and traumatic injury. Medical research ranges from the laboratory benchtop to the patient bedside and all the steps in between, with the goal of finding better treatments and even cures, for humans and for animals.
Medical research requires a team of people drawn from different backgrounds, educational levels, and specialties. Such a team might include medical doctors, veterinarians, computer scientists, engineers, facility workers, animal care attendants, laboratory technicians, facility managers, lab technicians, regulatory administration, technical writers, and a variety of scientists working together.
Depending on your education, your interests, and the field of science you like best, there are many career options in biomedical research!
There are critical positions available with education requirements ranging from a high school diploma or a GED, to an AA Degree, to a BS, to a PhD/MD/ DVM! There is something for everyone. What these positions all have in common is an interest in discovery, a need to understand the causes, prevention, and treatment of diseases and medical conditions, an interest in health, and a desire to help both humans and animals.
Learn more about a career in biomedical research. Download the booklet Be Part of the Cure: Why Work in Medical Research? [PDF]
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