But some reason i have a low GPA(2.10). so what are the better chances for me to get into pharmacy school. and i could improve my GPA to go to professional school. i heard microbiology jobs will pay less than enginnering or computer science.
I am planning on starting a new major pretty soon in medical science. I know what I will be doing on the job, but I do not know whether or not I will like the job. In other words, I enjoy microbiology and the job sounds really interesting, but doing that on a job might be a bit different.
Could I maybe call a local hospital and ask if they would let me...watch? Any other ways?
More precisely i would also like to know the benefits of studying microbiology and the jobs that may be offered. I also wish to know what is better to study between microbiology and genetics?
I have a PhD in microbiology/immunology. I want to work in equine medicine. Is there a niche for me? What extra schooling might I need to be able to work in this field?
I am thinking about majoring in biology for my bachelors, what kind of jobs could I get? I don't want to do anything where I would be stuck in a lab. Also, what could I do for my masters? Thanks!
I'm thinking about becoming a microbiologist in the future. What sort of jobs would help me become one, or do you just need the degrees? I'd like to be able to have some job experience before I do become a microbiologist, if I do.
I have a particular passion for animals but i would love any job working to help the environment. what kind of jobs are out there?
I'm majoring in microbiology at University of Tennessee Knoxville and I would like to pursue a career in genomics research and synthetic biology. I'm currently working toward my bachelor, but I would like to know early on if it would be better to switch majors to "biochemistry, cellular, and molecular biology." I know I probably should, but I'm just looking for a second or third opinion.
The major in college is called, Cell and Tissue Culture Option. Have any of you majored in it? If so could you explain what kind of jobs you can get and also what you exactly do? Thank you!
I want to join the military as a clinical laboratory science officer. I have a B.S. in biology and am about to start my clinical year for licensing. I also want to eventually get a Ph.D while I am in the military.
My main interest is working in my field, which is looking at lab specimens, microbiology cultures, etc.
Which service would offer the best program in this, or are the both about the same? I am looking at the Army and Air Force right now.
Im about to finish my B.Sc in microbiology & Im really not interested in subjects such as parasitology, medical microbiology, immunology etc...... anyways, im interested in subjects such as food, industrial microbiology..... so, what should i possibly do?? Im really confused.....
The field I'm studying right now is microbiology/biochemistry, and I'm choosing between becoming a doctor and becoming a professor. My grades are decent (3.7 GPA), I go to a good school, and I'm starting up doing undergrad research this year (I'm a sophomore). I know it's pretty difficult to get into med school, but at the same time, isn't it also very difficult to get appointed as a professor even if you have a PhD from a good school?
I think both professions help people a lot and they seem equally interesting, so help me out here: which one do you think is better? I'm outgoing and good at explaining complicated concepts in easy-to-understand ways, which I think are traits that are useful in both the fields I'm interested in.
What jobs in the military would I qualify for in your opinion and which is the best branch to join? I am considering the military at this point and so far like the Army and Air Force the most.
Could I get into USAMRIID? I like that biowarfare stuff, like the movies Outbreak or Contagion.
I want to be a wildlife vet, and i don't kno wat kinds of jobs there are in that field. i want one where you travel to different national parks around the world and help the animals. is there a job like this?
what would you have to do in college to get this job?
Currently i am planning on going to school for pre-med/health science but i am want to apply to pharmacy school. so im thinking of majoring in pharmaceutical sciences. what job would i get with a degree in pharmaceuticals if say i didn't get into pharmacy school?
What are the best colleges to go for under microbiology?
I was wondering if, microbiology would be a good major to become a pathologist. Biochemistry is my second option of a major, but for right now I'm just wondering if Micro will help me with pathology. Thanks in advance!
This is going to sound corny, but I like the research people do on say, the animal planet or national geographic. I've mainly been fascinated with the ocean and the diversity of life in the deep blue. I also realize that these jobs are rare (or so I think), and that, usually, one needs to have a side job or main job. Can anybody clarify this?
I am 15 years old, and I was wondering about how to start working towards a job as a Cytologist, a Geneticist, or a type of Doctor, can anyone point me in the right direction?
Don't give me any retarded answers, please.
I am a veterinarian, considering going back to school to get a PhD in microbiology. I've always been very interested in the field, but am not sure what I would actually DO with that degree (although I am interested in getting out of clinical veterinary practice).