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    What is the career scope in future if I do PG course after B.Sc Medical Biochemistry?

    Hello everybody
    What is the career scope in future if I do PG course after B.Sc Medical Biochemistry?
    thanks in advance





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    mukesh
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    Re: What is the career scope in future if I do PG course after B.Sc Medical Biochemistry?

    Career opportunities available in this field

    There are quite a few fields where Biochemists can find employment. These include:

    Private Sector:

    Biotechnology
    Chemical manufacturing companies
    Food and Drink (includes brewing)
    Health and Beauty Care
    Medical Instrument companies
    Research Companies and Laboratories
    Public Sectors:

    Agriculture and fisheries
    Blood Service
    Cancer research institutes
    Environmental Pollution Control
    Forensic Science
    Hospitals
    National Blood Services
    Overseas Development
    Public Health Entities
    Public Health Laboratories


    Biochemists are also needed by Pharmaceutical firms, the food industry and agrochemical companies as to develop newer products in addition to monitor the manufacture, quality control as well as safety of the existing products.

    Institutes of research as employ students of Biochemistry. Educational institutions also take in professionals in the field of Biochemistry.

    Job profiles:

    Biologist
    Biomedical Scientist
    Biotechnologist
    Chemical Examiners
    Chemist
    Clinical Scientist
    Food Scientist
    Forensic Scientist
    Laboratory Technician
    Microbiologist
    Pharmacologist
    Research Associates
    Research Officers
    Research Scientist




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    Kanha
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    Re: What is the career scope in future if I do PG course after B.Sc Medical Biochemistry?

    Private Sector:

    Biotechnology
    Chemical manufacturing companies
    Food and Drink (includes brewing)
    Health and Beauty Care
    Medical Instrument companies
    Research Companies and Laboratories
    Public Sectors:

    Agriculture and fisheries
    Blood Service
    Cancer research institutes
    Environmental Pollution Control
    Forensic Science
    Hospitals
    National Blood Services
    Overseas Development
    Public Health Entities
    Public Health Laboratories

    Biochemists are also needed by Pharmaceutical firms, the food industry and agrochemical companies as to develop newer products in addition to monitor the manufacture, quality control as well as safety of the existing products.


    all the best

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