Career Questions tagged Medical Research

If I don’t do research in college, will it affect my chances of getting into medical school?

I’ve heard that research opportunities present themselves to students in college. However, what if I never get the opportunity to be chosen to participate in a conducted research investigation? Will it lower my chances of getting in to a medical school? #research...

#medical-research

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Active Oct 03 '18 at 04:27 PM

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Mary Quiceno, MD, FAAN | Associate Professor of Neurology Research is very important today for admissions. If you don’t have ...

What are some examples of cellular engineering in research?

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Active May 23 '18 at 08:27 PM

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Ken Simmons | Assist with Recognizing and Developing Potential Patience is a good quality to have in the medical field. ...

Is the CDC a good place to intern?

I am about to start college and the university I will attend has a program that allows you to intern with the CDC in Atlanta. Have any of you interned with the CDC and if so, how was your experience there? #medicine #cdc...

#medical-research

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Active Apr 02 '18 at 08:35 PM

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Gwendolyn Quintana | Policy Analyst at Texas Medical Association If youre interested in science tech engineering or mathematics this is ...

What’s the most difficult part of graduate school, and of becoming a pharmacist?

I am currently a senior in high school. I plan to earn my bachelor’s degree in Biology. At this time, I am interested in pharmacy as a potential career. I feel it would be a good fit for me. If I were to continue on the pharmacy path, I may begin my career in R&D and then work my way to...

#biology #medical-research #administration #pharmacy #graduate-school #college #pharmacist

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Active Aug 29 '18 at 12:39 AM

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Min Park | Pharmacist Hardest part of pharmacy school is balancing school work and tests ...

What faculties or companies will allow for independent genetic research with funding for large scale projects?

Hello, my name is Maurice and I seeking answer for my questions about life. I plan to go to college to major in chemical engineering / biological science(biochemistry)to better understand mutation and adaption of specific species. My hope is do experiments to better benefit society. #biology...

#clinical-research #research-and-development #biochemistry #medical-research #research #molecular-biology

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Shazia Khan, PhD’s Avatar Yuan Lu’s Avatar
Active Sep 21 '18 at 03:35 PM

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Shazia Khan, PhD | Scientist / Scientific Editor Hi Maurice, A lot of companies as well as academic research ...

What field of study can I choose in college to learn about opioid addiction treatment and cures?

I lost my brother to opioid addiction last year and would like to be involved in groundbreaking research to find a cure for this disease. #medical-research #healthcare #medicine...

#research

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Tyreena Webb’s Avatar Herman Liu’s Avatar
Active Jun 02 '18 at 12:50 AM

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Posted by Daysha F.’s Avatar Daysha F.
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Tyreena Webb | B.S. Biology from Spelman College Hey! Glad to hear about your passion towards the current pandemics ...

What is the average salary of a Paleontologist???

I am also interested towards paleontology so , it is better to know their salary #biology #japan #medical-research #evolutionary-biology #paleontologist...

#financial-planning

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Active Aug 15 '17 at 12:50 PM

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Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Ya$h, Thanks for the question. Here in the United States ...

How long does it take to become a disease researcher?

I really love the idea of becoming one, and I would love some info, personally from someone who may have experienced the time it took or someone who is knowledgeable. #biology #biochemistry #pharmaceuticals #medical-research #molecular-biology #drug-development...

#drug-discovery

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Ian Sarad’s Avatar Iván Caballero’s Avatar Herman Liu’s Avatar
Active Nov 20 '17 at 08:32 PM

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Ian Sarad | Fermentation Scientist It largely depends on what you are looking for in terms ...

If I get a Bachelor's in biology, can I get a Master's and PhD in biomedical science?

I'm a high school student who wants to be a biomedical researcher, but most of the colleges that I'm looking at only offer biology and not biomedical science as a major. I'm wondering if I can jump to biomedical science in grad school, even though I didn't major in it in undergrad. #biology...

#medical-research #science-phd #biomedical-science #biomedical #research

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Courtney Byrd’s Avatar Professor SIR Lloyd Christopher Stanton’s Avatar Sarah Lang, M.S.’s Avatar Keith Martin’s Avatar
Active Jul 17 '18 at 05:15 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Courtney Byrd | Operational Meteorologist Hi Katia, To find out, I would research the grad schools ...

What is the difference between biomedical engineering, medical research, and the pharmaceutical industry?

I'm interested in pursuing a career path in one of the above fields, so I would like some clarification as to what these specific careers entail. #biomedical-engineering #pharmacy #pharmaceuticals #medical-research...

#biomedical-science

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Active Nov 02 '18 at 03:54 AM

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Jayavignesh Arivalagan | Chemical Process Engineer Generally speaking, biomedical engineering is used to develop products, generally called ...

Is biochemistry a good choice to major in for a bachelor's to become a pharmacologist?

I'm thinking about pursuing a career in pharmacology, but I'm not sure what the best major would be in order to become one. #medical #pharmacy #biochemistry #pharmaceuticals #medical-research...

#pharmacology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:55 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Jaron Hightower-Mills | Higher Education Administration and International Education Specialist Katia, Biochemistry is one of the essential areas in pharmacology, so ...

Is it possible to get a job in the research industry, not academia, with a PhD in biomedical science?

I'm interested in pursuing a job as a researcher and was wondering about whether it would be possible for me to work in research in the industry. #research #phd #medical-research #biomedical-science...

#science-phd

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Dra. Marisol Seguel Roa’s Avatar Dr. Pritesh Kumar’s Avatar
Active Nov 29 '17 at 02:28 AM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Dra. Marisol Seguel Roa | Dental Surgeon Hi Katia, For sure you can work in the research Industry ...

Can I still do biomedical research with a degree in biochemistry?

I'm interested in becoming a biomedical scientist. Would I need to get a Bachelor's Degree in biomedical science only, or would biochemistry allow me to work in that industry as well? #research #biomedical-engineering #biomedical #medical-research #biomedical-engineer...

#biomedical-science

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:54 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Taylor Zhao | Program Manager Hi Katia! I don't think anything is stopping you from doing ...

How do students pursuing a PhD working in research earn money?

I'm interested in getting a PhD in biomedical science, but I'm not sure how to earn money working as a researcher while still having to pay for school. #research #biomedical #phd #medical-research #biomedical-science...

#science-phd

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Keith Martin’s Avatar Tom Shou’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:54 PM

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Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Tom explained this nicely. To add one more point, you won't ...

Is a PhD required to get a good job in the biomedical field?

This is a bit of a general question, but I'm interested in pursuing a career in biomedical engineering, research, or science. I've heard that there is much competition and that a lot of experience is required to get a job in this field. #research #biomedical-engineering #biomedical...

#medical-research #biomedical-engineer #biomedical-science #science-phd

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Nick Cobane’s Avatar PAUL GENTHNER’s Avatar Satya Singh, PhD’s Avatar
Active Sep 02 '18 at 08:31 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Nick Cobane | Business Operations @ LinkedIn In my experience, the issue isn't so much the competition in ...

What are the steps required to become a biomedical scientist?

I'm a sophomore in high school and am not fully sure of the prerequisites needed to pursue a career in biomedical science. For example, what would I need to major in in college? Should I get a PhD or Master's? #science #college-major #biology #research #biomedical-engineering #medical-research...

#biomedical-engineer #biomedical-science

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A. Wallace Deckel’s Avatar Farha Vasanwala’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:53 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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A. Wallace Deckel | Professor of Psychiatry Hi Katia Glad to hear of your interest in biomedical research. ...

Is it possible to do research as an undergrad with a major in biomedical engineering?

I'm still in high school, but I'm planning to pursue a career in the field of biomedical research. I was told that I would need to major in biomedical engineering to do so, but that I wouldn't be allowed to do any research. Is this true? And if so, what would be some majors in which I can do...

#biology #medical-research #college-major #research #college #science #undergraduate #biomedical-engineering

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Nick Cobane’s Avatar Ann Gianoglio Burk, MBA’s Avatar Ian Sarad’s Avatar
Active Sep 03 '18 at 05:25 AM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Nick Cobane | Business Operations @ LinkedIn Universities frequently have undergraduate research programs that can help you get ...

How did you about becoming a biomedical researcher?

I'm a sophomore in high school who is interested in pursuing the field of biomedical research in the future, and I don't know all of the steps required to become a researcher. I'm planning to take AP Chemistry and Biology, as well as AP Stats and BC Calculus in the 11th and 12th grades. What...

#biology #medical-research #biomedical-science #college-major #research #college #science

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:53 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Jessica De Orbeta | Biomedical scientist You could become a biomedical researcher with a bachelor in a ...

What are the academic steps required to become a biomedical researcher?

I'm not sure of the specific field I would need to major in to pursue that career field. #research #biomedical-engineering #biomedical #medical-research...

#biomedical-science

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Gayatri Venkiteswaran, PhD.’s Avatar Mukesh Kamat’s Avatar
Active May 01 '18 at 08:10 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Gayatri Venkiteswaran, PhD. | Cell Biologist ✰ Project manager ✰ Team player ... Ideally, you could find yourself an internship/summer research opportunity (while you ...

What are the academic steps required to become a pharmacologist?

I'm interested in pursuing pharmacology as a degree and am wondering what my academic path would be in this field. #medical #research #pharmacy #biomedical #pharmaceuticals #medical-research #biomedical-science...

#pharmacology

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:51 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Nayeem Ahmed | Resolution Expert at Dell Pharmacists educate patients about the use of drugs and illness prevention ...

What else can international physician work in USA without USMLE?

I have international medical degree and 7years experience but want to work ASAP #nurse #physician #nurse-practitioner #medical-research #physicians-assistant #clinical-research...

#medical-assisting

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Pramuditha Rajapakse’s Avatar Vickey Manning’s Avatar Yi Jiang’s Avatar Susan Waldau’s Avatar
Active May 20 '18 at 01:30 AM

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Pramuditha Rajapakse | MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery).Colombo As an international graduate, I completed the boards to become a ...

Is a Master's Degree required to get a good job in the biomedical research field?

My dream is to work in a laboratory doing biomedical research. I've heard there's lots of competition for this field and most companies only accept employees with a Master's Degree to do lab work. #science #research #biomedical-engineering #masters #medical-research...

#biomedical-science

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Active Nov 04 '18 at 12:52 AM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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ABDUL WAHAAB | General Manager at PSi3Axis Info Services (India) Pvt. ... Hi Katia, Individuals who aspire to pursue a career in the ...

Is it required to get a degree in biomedical engineering from to become a biomedical researcher? Or is biomedical science enough?

I'm interest in becoming a biomedical researcher and work in a lab. I'm trying to figure out what my major should be so I can plan my high school classes. #biology #research #biomedical-engineering #medical-research #biomedical-science...

#researcher

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Keith Martin’s Avatar Kristine Alexander’s Avatar ABDUL WAHAAB’s Avatar
Active Jun 15 '18 at 04:34 PM

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Posted by Katia D.’s Avatar Katia D.
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Keith Martin | Wireless Technology Planning Hi Katia, If you want to work in a lab and ...

What is needed to apply to Medical School?

I am currently a college student, working towards a bachelor in Biological Sciences. I wanted to know what I should I be doing to improving my chances in getting into and being successful in medical school. #medical #medical-school #medical-education...

#medical-research

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:49 PM

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Posted by Ashley U.’s Avatar Ashley U.
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Elizabeth Coccia | Higher Education Professional - M.Ed As long as you complete the required courses to be considered ...

How would I go about getting an entry level clinical research position?

I am looking for an entry level research position that will further strengthen my application to medical school. The only experience I have in research is community health research, but I am trying to find something more clinical or even lab related. Since I am lacking in experience how can I...

#entry-level #medical-research #medical #clinical-research #research #medical-school #clinical #medicine

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Debra Dukes’s Avatar Anh-Hoa Phung, Pharm.D.,HACP’s Avatar Liezl de la Cruz’s Avatar
Active Jan 11 '18 at 10:55 AM

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Posted by Hashir A.’s Avatar Hashir A.
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Debra Dukes | Graduate Faculty - Research Getting an internship or volunteering is a great idea. Most intro ...

Which do you find better when it comes to the pharmacy world, working in a research lab or a pharmacy in a drug store/hospital?

I have been accepted into a pre-pharmacy program and I am hoping to finish school with a Pharm-D. I feel that a research lab will be better for me because I want to help in finding things like the cure to cancer or the cure to Alzheimer's and I believe that the cure is in medicine. I want to...

#pharmd #medical-research #pharmacy #medicine #laboratory #pharmacists #research #pharmacist

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Bruno E. Perri, RPh, FASCP, BCGP’s Avatar London Doyoung Kim’s Avatar Melida Alaniz’s Avatar
Active Dec 23 '17 at 11:28 AM

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Posted by Megan G.’s Avatar Megan G.
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Bruno E. Perri, RPh, FASCP, BCGP | Independent Certified Geriatric Consultant Pharmacist Both areas of pharmacy practice that you mention would help mankind. ...

How many years does it take to become a fully accredited practicing doctor?

This includes all of medical school, residency, and possibly fellowships. #medicine #medical-school...

#medical-research

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Todd Campbell, MD, FACS’s Avatar Dwania McGhee’s Avatar
Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:46 PM

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Posted by Sarah S.’s Avatar Sarah S.
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Todd Campbell, MD, FACS | Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Surgery, Rowan University ... 4 year undergraduate degree, 4 years medical school, 3-5 years of ...

When would be a good time to start shadowing a professional doctor?

I'm interested in medical school and would like to increase my chances of getting in. #medicine #medical #biology #medical-school...

#medical-research

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Todd Campbell, MD, FACS’s Avatar Aaron A. Ali, MD’s Avatar James Garza’s Avatar
Active Dec 04 '17 at 02:58 PM

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Posted by Sarah S.’s Avatar Sarah S.
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Todd Campbell, MD, FACS | Clinical Assistant Professor Department of Surgery, Rowan University ... You can start in high school. College is probably the best ...

What are acceptable undergraduate degrees to have before pursuing a graduate degree in biomedical engineering?

I am interested in pursuing a career in biomedical engineering, specifically research in regenerative medicine. I have received conflicting information on undergraduate degrees in this area. Some sources tell me that I need a biomedical engineering undergraduate degree from a high-ranking...

#medical-research #medical #biomedical-science #biomedical-engineering

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 06:45 PM

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Posted by Claire U.’s Avatar Claire U.
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Al Moline | Stay at home Dad at Moline Family, Inc. Biomedical engineering is an area where when I received my degree, ...

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