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The person in this Biomedical Associate Scientist role would assist in the daily lab maintenance and research related support tasks including various aspects of cell culture, biomaterial design and ...

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Bracknell Lighthouse Lab - Senior Scientist

Molecular Genetics

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Bracknell

As an experienced scientist in molecular/virology fields, the post holder is expected to use their knowledge and skills and act with a degree of autonomy in providing a COVID-19 testing service. The position is under the overall direction of the Clinical Lead for the service and the post holder is ...

Salary:
£40681.00 to £46294.00 a year Plus unsocial enhancements
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Fixed term
Closing Date:
24/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
193-BLLSS7-S
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Team Leader - Biochemistry

Clinical Biochemistry

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Preston

An exciting opportunity has arisen in the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Clinical Biochemistry department for a suitably qualified and experienced, state registered BMS with wide experience in Clinical Biochemistry, including specialist areas. We are looking for a self-motivated individual to take ...

Salary:
£40057.00 to £45839.00 a year
Posted:
28/09/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
17/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
438-RC6364
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Specialist Biomedical Scientist

Blood Sciences

Hywel Dda University Health Board, Withybush General Hospital, Haverfordwest

Are you a qualified Biomedical Scientist or someone who has graduated from a Biomedical Science degree? Why not consider working in an area of outstanding beauty surrounded by the Pembrokeshire National Park with its stunning Coastal Path and Blue Flag beaches providing a range of opportunities for ...

Salary:
£32,306 - £39,027 per annum
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
21/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
100-HS035-1021
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Specialist Biomedical Scientist - Biochemistry

Clinical Biochemistry

iPP Analytics Limited, Essex

(With additional night shift payments,, Plus a £5,000 joining bonus) We are currently recruiting for Specialist Biomedical Scientists to join our blood sciences team providing efficient and effective clinical biochemistry services to the community of south Essex through our modern hub laboratory ...

Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 (Plus a £5,000 joining bonus)
Posted:
30/09/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
See advert
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J370-A-21-0735
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Specialist Biomedical Scientist - Haematology and Blood Transfusion

Blood Sciences

iPP Analytics Limited, Essex

(With additional night shift payments, plus £5,000 joining bonus) We are currently recruiting for Specialist Biomedical Scientists to join our blood sciences team providing efficient and effective haematology and transfusion laboratory services to the community of south Essex through our modern hub ...

Salary:
£31,365 - £37,890 (with a £5,000 joining bonus)
Posted:
30/09/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
See advert
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J370-A-21-0741
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Trainee Biomedical Scientist

Blood Sciences

Swansea Bay University Health Board, Morriston, Singleton, Princess of Wales Hospitals, Swansea / Bridgend

Band 5 Annex U (70% in year 1 & 75% in year 2)  This is an exciting opportunity for a Trainee Biomedical Scientist, Band 5 (annex U), to join the Laboratory Medicine (Blood Sciences) Service at Swansea Bay University Health Board based in South Wales. This modern pathology hub and spoke network ...

Salary:
£25,655 - £31,534 Band 5 Annex U
Posted:
10/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
24/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
130-ACS225-1021
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Senior Biomedical Scientist

Blood Sciences

Nuffield Health, Guildford

Nuffield Health is Britain's largest not-for-profit healthcare organisation. Join us as a Senior Biomedical Scientist specialising inMicrobiology in our Guildford Hospital and play your part in building a healthier nation.   Nuffield Health Guildford provides high-quality healthcare for the people ...

Salary:
Competitive
Posted:
13/08/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
28/11/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J219-R0022546
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Senior Biomedical Scientist

Blood Sciences

Nuffield Health, Brighton Hospital

Senior Biomedical Scientist - Brighton Hospital - £30,000 - £37,000 per annum   Nuffield Health is Britain's largest not-for-profit healthcare organisation. Join us as a Senior Biomedical Scientist specialising in Blood Sciences in our Brighton Hospital and play your part in building a healthier ...

Salary:
£30,000 - £37,000 depending on experience
Posted:
06/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
20/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J219-R0039018
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Biomedical Scientist

Blood Sciences

Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Doncaster

Band 5/6 (depending on experience) 37.5 hours - Permanent Applications are invited from HCPC registeredBand 5 Biomedical Scientists or Band 6 Specialist Biomedical Scientistswith the relevant Clinical Biochemistry experience to join our busy Blood Science department at Doncaster and Bassetlaw ...

Salary:
£32306.00 to £39027.00 a year Pro Rata Per Annum
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
26/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
272-3251667-B
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Biomedical Scientist

Histopathology

Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust, Portsmouth

Specialist Biomedical Scientist Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust has an exciting opportunity for a B6 Specialist Biomedical Scientist to join our dynamic Histopathology team at the Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute Hospital Trusts in the ...

Salary:
£32,306 to £39,027 per annum
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
26/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
192-CD-21-1030
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Specialist Biomedical Scientist (Night team) – Clinical Biochemistry

Pathology

Barts Health NHS Trust, The Royal London Hospital, London

An exciting opportunity has arisen in Clinical Biochemistry within the NHS East and South East London Pathology Partnership's (ESEL). We are a new organisation, jointly owned by Barts Health NHS Trust, Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. Set up as ...

Salary:
£38,768 - £46,124 per annum inc
Posted:
30/09/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
14/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
259-3467412GCS-A
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Specialist/Registered Biomedical Scientist

Haematology

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust, Stafford

Specialist/Registered Biomedical Scientist) We are seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our friendly and dedicated team in the Haematology & Blood Transfusion department within Blood Sciences. This post is based at County Hospital in Stafford, but successful candidates are also ...

Salary:
£24907.00 to £37890.00 a year pa
Posted:
06/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
20/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
205-3047437-D
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Medical Technical Officer

Clinical Genetics

Viapath Analytics LLP, Guys Hospital, London

The Viapath Cancer Genetics laboratory at Guy's Hospital is part of the South East Genomics Laboratory Hub (SEGLH) and is the designated provider of adult solid tumour testing for the GLH; large scale expansion is underway in order to ensure equity of access to the NHS England National Genomic Test ...

Salary:
up to £29,858 depending on experience
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
31/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J206-VIA3662
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Senior Biomedical Scientist (Blood Bank)

Blood Sciences

University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, Derby

Derbyshire Pathology Senior Biomedical Scientist in Blood Transfusion Based at the Royal Derby Hospital (RDH) site. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a suitably qualified HCPC registered individual to become a member of the Derbyshire Pathology Transfusion Team as a full time Senior ...

Salary:
£40057.00 to £45839.00 a year
Posted:
30/09/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
14/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
320-CDCS-1416
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Higher Biomedical Support Worker Histopathology - Bedford Site

Histopathology

Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS FT, Bedford

Higher Biomedical Support Worker (Band 3) Histopathology has 2 vacancies for the post of Higher Biomedical Support Worker (band 3) to join our busy, but friendly team with Cellular Pathology. The department handles 44,000 surgical and diagnostic requests annually across the two sites. As the ...

Salary:
£20,330 - £21,777 Per annum
Posted:
08/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
22/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
418-DTO0837-JW
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Principal Clinical Scientist

Chemical Pathology

Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust, Chelmsford

We are delighted to offer the opportunity for an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join our Clinical Biochemistry Team. With the merger of three Hospital Trusts in 2020 into the single Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust, we are working towards a harmonised clinical service model ...

Salary:
£47126.00 a year Per annum
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
02/11/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
390-CSS-M-4126-A
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Biomedical Scientist (Rotational)

Blood Sciences

Welsh Blood Service, Welsh Blood Service, Pontyclun

The Welsh Blood Service (WBS) has a vacancy for a HCPC registered Biomedical Scientist, working at their Talbot Green (TG) Base, Llantrisant. This is a permanent full time rotational post offering the successful candidate an exciting opportunity to work in the discipline of Transfusion Science. The ...

Salary:
£25,655 - £31,534 per annum
Posted:
07/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
21/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
J63-HS021-1021
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Biomedical Support Worker

Anatomical Pathology

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Pathology and Laboratories Directorate Cellular Pathology – HistologyBiomedical Support WorkerBand 2 – full time - 37.5 hours Salary scale - £18,546 - £19,918 per annum We are looking for enthusiastic, adaptable people keen to work as biomedical support workers supporting the laboratory working ...

Salary:
£18,546 - £19,918 per annum/ pro-rata
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
25/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
321-CSS-3428789-B2-A
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Medical Laboratory Assistant

Histopathology

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester Royal Infirmary, Manchester

Band 3 Medical Laboratory Assistants in Adult Histopathology Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust is a leading integrated health, teaching, research and innovation campus in the thriving region of Manchester. We offer a unique range of services to the North West and wider regions ...

Salary:
£20,330 - £21,777 per annum
Posted:
12/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
26/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
349-CSS-3543530
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Biomedical Scientist/Biomedical Scientist Specialist

Blood Transfusion

NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT), Bristol

The National Blood Service is an integral part of the NHS, collecting and processing 2 million blood donations a year. Our Healthcare Scientists provide crucial support to NHS Hospitals, processing, testing and issuing blood and its components and delivering diagnostic and therapeutic services ...

Salary:
Band5 £25,655 to £31,534 /Band6 £32,306 to £39,027
Posted:
08/10/2021
Job Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
17/10/2021
Staff Group:
Healthcare Scientists
Job Ref:
918-HX8035
Sours: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/search_vacancy/?action=search&staff_group=SG35&keyword=Biomedical%20Science
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Average Biomedical Scientist Salary

$70,448
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The average salary for a Biomedical Scientist is $70,448

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An entry-level Biomedical Scientist with less than 1 year experience can expect to earn an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of $68,394 based on 29 salaries. An early career Biomedical Scientist with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation of $68,945 based on 51 salaries. A …Read more

What Do Biomedical Scientists Do?

Biomedical scientists work in laboratories where they perform various scientific experiments. They are often the ones who design the experiments, but sometimes perform experiments designed by the head of the lab, also known as the "primary investigator."

A bachelor's degree in biology or a biomedical field is generally required for this position, as well as some experience working in a basic science lab, either in college or the field. They must be familiar with all basic laboratory …Read more

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Becoming a Biomedical Scientist

Biomedical scientists carry out tests on samples taken by doctors and nurses in order to diagnose a range of illnesses and diseases

As a biomedical scientist, you'll carry out a range of laboratory and scientific tests on tissue samples and fluids to help clinicians diagnose and treat diseases. You'll also evaluate the effectiveness of treatments.

Your work is extremely important to many hospital departments, such as operating theatres and A&E, and the functions you carry out are wide ranging. For example, you may work on medical conditions such as cancer, diabetes or AIDS, screen for and monitor a range of diseases, or carry out tests for emergency blood transfusions.

Types of biomedical scientist

Biomedical scientists usually specialise in one of four areas: infection sciences, blood sciences, cell sciences or genetics and molecular pathology.

Infection sciences includes:

  • medical microbiology - identification of micro-organisms causing disease and their antibiotic treatment
  • virology - identification of viruses, associated diseases and monitoring the effectiveness of vaccines.

Blood sciences includes:

  • clinical chemistry - analysis of blood and body fluids to help with diagnoses, and toxicology studies
  • transfusion science - determination of donor/recipient blood compatibility, ensuring blood banks are sufficient
  • haematology - form and functions of blood and related diseases
  • immunology - understanding the immune system and its role in combating disease.

Cell sciences includes:

  • histopathology - microscopic examination of diseased tissue samples
  • cytology - best known for cervical smear screening, but also covers other cellular analysis.

Genetics and molecular pathology includes:

  • genetics - study of genes and hereditary variations in genes
  • molecular pathology - study and diagnosis of disease through examination of tissues and fluids at molecular level.

Responsibilities

As a biomedical scientist you'll need to:

  • perform routine and specialist analytical testing on a range of biological samples
  • give test results to medical staff, who use the information to diagnose and treat the patient's illness
  • process patient samples in good time and make sure that turnaround times for reporting results are achieved
  • prioritise your workload and perform urgent analytical testing as required
  • identify abnormal or unexpected results and report back and follow up with requesting clinicians
  • maintain and run specialist lab equipment
  • maintain and order stocks of materials
  • answer telephone enquiries about test results and other general lab issues
  • accurately record data, write reports and share results
  • develop new methods of investigation and keep up to date with diagnostic innovations
  • support the lab's quality management system and observe all relevant health and safety regulations
  • supervise, mentor and support trainee biomedical scientists and other support staff
  • keep your professional knowledge up to date and take responsibility for your continuing professional development (CPD).

Salary

  • Starting salaries in the NHS range from £24,214 to £30,112 (Band 5).
  • With experience and/or specialist knowledge, you can earn a salary of £30,401 to £37,267 (Band 6).
  • As a senior biomedical scientist, you can expect to earn £37,570 to £50,819 (Band 7/8a). Salaries for consultant biomedical scientists, who have reached the top of their profession, are higher.

If you're working in London and the surrounding areas you may receive a high-cost area supplement of between 5% and 20% of your basic salary.

Salary levels for biomedical scientists working for private companies, universities, government bodies and other organisations may vary.

Income data for NHS salaries from pay bands agreed under the Agenda for change pay rates.

Figures are intended as a guide only.

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Working hours

If you're employed by the NHS, you'll generally work a standard 37.5 hour week. A flexible approach to work is essential to cover day, evening, night and weekend working.

Some opportunities exist for part-time work or job sharing. Self-employment is unlikely as it's rarely possible to set up an independent laboratory.

What to expect

  • You will usually work in a laboratory using computers and hi-tech automated lab equipment.
  • You'll work as part of a team that includes healthcare science staff, doctors and nurses.
  • Vacancies are available across the UK in hospitals and private sector laboratories.
  • Although you won't usually need to travel during the working day or spend time away from home, travel between sites may be necessary.

Qualifications

You'll need to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) to work as a biomedical scientist in the UK.

To achieve this you need to complete a BSc (Hons) degree in biomedical science accredited by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) or approved by the HCPC. You will also need to successfully complete a period of clinical laboratory training in an IBMS-approved laboratory, where you'll complete the IBMS Registration Training Portfolio.

IBMS-accredited undergraduate biomedical science degrees are offered by universities on a full-time, part-time, sandwich and integrated basis.

Integrated degrees will include a laboratory placement in an IBMS-approved laboratory, during which you'll complete the IBMS Registration Training Portfolio. On successful completion of your degree, you will be awarded an IBMS Certificate of Competence to show you're eligible to apply to the HCPC for registration as a biomedical scientist.

If your IBMS-accredited degree doesn't have an integrated placement, you'll need to arrange a laboratory placement and complete the IBMS Registration Training Portfolio either during a sandwich year or once you've finished your degree.

Alternatively, you can take a BSc (Hons) degree in healthcare science (life sciences) through the NHS Practitioner Training Programme (PTP), which must be accredited by the IBMS or approved by the HCPC if you want to be eligible to apply for registration as a biomedical scientist when you graduate. Completion of the IBMS Registration Training Portfolio is integral to this programme.

It's also possible to work as a trainee biomedical scientist if you have A-levels (or equivalent) in life sciences, but only if your employer is willing to offer financial support and the time off to study for an accredited degree on a part-time basis or as part of an IBMS-accredited apprenticeship programme.

If your degree isn't accredited by the IBMS, contact them to have your degree assessed and they'll advise on whether or not you need additional academic education. See the IBMS website for a list of accredited degree courses.

Skills

You will need to have:

  • practical laboratory skills and manual dexterity
  • analytical skills
  • patience and the ability to work accurately and efficiently
  • the ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines
  • a willingness to accept responsibility and use common sense
  • flexibility and the ability to work with a range of equipment and techniques
  • the ability to work under pressure while maintaining standards of service
  • communication and teamwork skills
  • the ability to work alone or under instruction
  • attention to detail
  • IT skills.

Work experience

It's worth arranging a visit to a local hospital diagnostic/medical laboratory before applying for courses to get a feel for the type of work carried out.

Many IBMS-accredited courses will offer a placement or sandwich year as part of your degree course. The NHS advertises jobs for laboratory assistants or you could try to set up your own placement.

Competition for trainee positions is fierce as there are limited opportunities, so check job adverts regularly and contact hospitals directly. Most hospitals will have an approved training laboratory, although this doesn't automatically mean that they will take on a trainee. A placement or other work experience in a laboratory and evidence of medical interest is useful.

Find out more about the different kinds of work experience and internships that are available.

Employers

The NHS is one of the main employers of biomedical scientists. Work is generally carried out in clinical pathology laboratories and regional laboratories. You could also work for NHS Blood and Transplant or Public Health England, or in pathology and research laboratories in private sector hospitals.

Other employers include:

There are also opportunities to work on healthcare projects worldwide with international non-governmental and voluntary organisations such as:

Look for jobs vacancies at:

Specialist recruitment agencies such as Globe Locums, Maxxima and Mediplacements also advertise vacancies.

Professional development

In the first two years after registering with the HCPC, you'll normally continue your professional development by taking the IBMS Specialist Diploma, a specialised professional qualification. The Diploma is offered in a range of disciplines:

  • cellular pathology
  • clinical biochemistry
  • clinical immunology
  • cytopathology
  • haematology with hospital transfusion practice
  • histocompatibility and immunogenetics
  • medical microbiology
  • transfusion science
  • virology.

You'll need to provide evidence of your training, specialist knowledge, practical skills and competency via a portfolio, laboratory tour and oral examination.

It's also possible to take the IBMS Specialist Diploma in Blood Sciences and Diploma of Specialist Practice. On completion of one of these Diplomas you're eligible to become a member of the IBMS (MIBMS).

As your career develops, there are opportunities to take IBMS higher and expert qualifications. These are aimed at biomedical scientists looking to move into management or who want to show advanced skills in their specialist area. On completion of an appropriate higher or expert qualification you're eligible for IBMS Fellowship (FIBMS).

At the highest level, you can work towards IBMS Advanced Specialist Diplomas. It's also possible to further your knowledge and expertise via an MSc or PhD. For details of post-registration professional development opportunities, see IBMS Education.

With the right combination of experience, knowledge and skills, you may be eligible for registered scientist (RSci) or chartered scientist (CSci) status through the Science Council. For full registration criteria, see the Science Council professional registers.

Career prospects

Opportunities for career development are generally good. There's a set career structure in place in the NHS and you'll need to show you have the required skills, qualifications, experience and knowledge to progress through the pay bands.

Upon qualification, many biomedical scientists choose to specialise in a particular area of biomedical science and progress to senior and specialist roles. To progress to a grade 6 in the NHS, you'll usually need an IBMS Specialist Diploma. Progression to grade 7 usually requires an MSc or the IBMS Higher Specialist Diploma.

With further experience and qualifications, it's possible to reach the top of the profession by becoming a consultant biomedical scientist.

Senior roles often involve managing a team or department within a laboratory, or managing a particular area of service provision such as health and safety, quality management or service delivery. You may also become involved in advanced specialist scientific work, clinical research or training and education. For information about careers in biomedical research, see The Academy of Medical Sciences.

Some biomedical scientists choose a postgraduate route to other clinical roles, such as endocrinology, or you may wish to move into health promotion or the commercial sector in product development or scientific sales and marketing.

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