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daneielle384 views

Looking for science related career path?

I am really unsure what I want to do.. No Med school, no patient care, no teaching. I really enjoy science itself but sitting and doing research my whole life just sounds boring. If anyone can help with a lucrative career path that has to do with science. I really liked immunology, etc in college. Also would like to hear thoughts about Masters Programs if I’m unsure what my career path will be . Thanks!

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What type of entry job to apply to while looking for career path?

What type of jobs that are entry level should I apply for while I try to figure out my career path, that may provide me with useful skills? Interested in science, immuno, etc, no Med school. No patient care. Thanks!

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Which courses in colleges and universities will best prepare me for pursuing a career in immunology in the future?

I am a senior in high school who has a strong interest in biology, statistics, and latin. I am unsure about which learning areas I should pursue. #Fall22

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Postgraduate options for cancer immunology

I am looking for reputable postgraduate schools in the above-mentioned programmes with no GRE requirements and lots of scholarship options/no tuition fees (similar to EU universities but the programme is taught in English). Are there similar universities in the USA or am I limited to EU? #medicine #biology #cancer #immunology

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What's the difference between an immunologist and a pathologist, and what courses/degrees would one have to take to become either of these?

I would like to become a scientist who develops cures/methods for diseases. I'm not yet sure if these would be viruses, autoimmune diseases, bacterial, and so forth. I would preferably be working in a lab, but not be a practicing doctor. I'm confused on the name(s) of these fields and what path I would have to take to do this. Would I have to become a practicing doctor first, then specialize? When I apply to college should I apply to the Medicine department or somewhere else? #medicine #biochemistry #pathology #immunology

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