Career Questions tagged Biomedical

Are there biotechnology careers with the patients or general public?

I'm going to be a sophomore in highschool and I'm passionate about subjects such as Math, Biology, Chemistry, etc. I'm really intrigued by biotechnology and the biomedical field, but I'm unsure about going into careers such as a biomedical engineer since I've never really had any engineering...

#biotechnology #medical #hospital #biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:09 PM

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Posted by Bao-Tien D.’s Avatar Bao-Tien D.
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Roshan Shah | Incoming GBS Consultant at IBM I am currently a senior bioengineering major in pursuit of going ...

What does being a Biomedical Engineer consist of?

I'm a freshman in high school and I love math, science, and anything STEM related. I'm not sure exactly what I want to do yet but multiple types of engineering keep popping up. I want to find out what Biomedical Engineers and any other engineering careers consist of when it comes to actually...

#engineering #petroleum #biomedical #biomedical-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:08 PM

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Posted by Jeremy  D.’s Avatar Jeremy D.
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Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays since you're a freshman you have plenty of decide which field ...

What majors do you need to study in college in order to become a doctor or go to medical school ?

I am a junior in High School and im not sure what classes i should take in college #doctor #medicine #medical #biomedical #medical-field...

#medicare

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:07 PM

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Michelle Henry | Director, Community Relations at Barclays You will need to take all science classes. And remember everything ...

Any “words of advice” from a person in the bio medical department?

It is a field I am quite interested in. #biology...

#biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:07 PM

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Posted by Darlyn P.’s Avatar Darlyn P.
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Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays If you're interested in getting into the biomedical field then narrow ...

. What education requirements, college degrees, licenses are needed for a person in bio-medicine?

It is something I have a great passion for and was curious to see what I would have to go through. #biology...

#biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:07 PM

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Posted by Darlyn P.’s Avatar Darlyn P.
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Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays Depends on what you mean by person in biomedicine and what ...

Is there a difference between a bio-medical engineer and bio medicine?

I am quite interested in biology and medicine and am just curious to see which would be the best fit for me and generally how they compare or contrast to each other. #biology #biomedical...

#biotech

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:07 PM

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Posted by Darlyn P.’s Avatar Darlyn P.
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Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays biomedical engineering, like all engineering, needs lots of advanced math and ...

What types of careers branch out from biology?

I am a senior in high school and know for a fact I have a passion for biology but I am interested in knowing possibilities that follow that. #biology #biomedical...

#biologist

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:07 PM

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Posted by Darlyn P.’s Avatar Darlyn P.
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Shannon Kung | Performance Engineer at Barclays There's biology and there's biomedical engineering and there's medical professionals. if ...

What careers are open to BME graduates after they complete their degree?

Year: Senior I'm thinking of going to school to become a Biomedical Engineer. I discovered that I had a passion for this field in 10th grade and was given the opportunity to explore this field during the summer after my Junior year where I was able to attend the Biomedical Research Academy at...

#molecular-biology #engineering #biology #cell-biology #biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:06 PM

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Posted by Etije Mehdori W.’s Avatar Etije Mehdori W.
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Jodie Giordano | Research Associate at Tufts University Hi Etije- Within BME, you have a large variety of concentrations ...

What kind of jobs are available after graduating with a degree in biology?

I am asking because I am interested in biology but I don't know what jobs are out there for me. #science #biology #scientist #biomedical #biologist...

#anatomy

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:06 PM

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Posted by Paulina B.’s Avatar Paulina B.
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Justina Pongonis The world is your oyster. You can work in a variety ...

What careers are related to cell-biology, molecular-biology, biomedical Engineering, and biotech?

Im interested in science. I can't see myself doing anything else honestly. All my life i was intrigued by science - biology to be specific. I like to see how organisms work and how lives can be affected by altering biology (ie GMO, vaccines, cell-reconstruction, etc...). MY STATS: Year:...

#molecular-biology #biology #biomedical #cell-biology #biotech

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:05 PM

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Posted by Austin E.’s Avatar Austin E.
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Christopher Pirie | Co-Founder & Director of Protein Engineering at Manus ... Austin, As you might have guessed there are a wide array ...

What does it take to become a Biomedical Engineer?

I'm thinking of going to school to be a Biomedical Engineer. What school would be right for me? What is the average wage? How long do I have to attend a post-secondary institution? If I only wanted to go to school to receive a Bachelor's Degree, what would be a good option for me if the above...

#molecular-biology #engineering #biology #cell-biology #biomedical

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:05 PM

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Posted by Austin E.’s Avatar Austin E.
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Amber Harezlak (Price), PhD | Juris Doctor Candidate at Northwestern University School of ... Hello, It sounds like you know what you want and that ...

My dream is to become an Astronaut and fly on the ISS. What are some routes and majors that will help me achieve my dream?

There are many different way to become a Astronaut, like through the military or engineering. However, I love the sciences and have always wanted to become a scientist and an astronomer. What are possible ways to reach the cosmos and travel to the ISS and beyond? #science #scientist #biomedical...

#astrophysics

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:05 PM

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Posted by Sophie T.’s Avatar Sophie T.
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Daniela Silva | Educational Writer- New Heights Educational Group Hi Sophie, The first step to being an astronaut is getting ...

As an engineer or researcher, is it better to work for the federal government or private companies?

As a student who wishes to pursue a degree for biomedical engineering/biotechnology, I wanted to know which option is overall better? #career #money #biomedical #job-options...

#stability

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:02 PM

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Posted by Troll M.’s Avatar Troll M.
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Harikrishna Patadiya | Mechanical Engineer at Therma Corporation I would say that both sectors, private and government, are good ...

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