What is a Bioscientist?
By: Kyle Maslonka
What Does a Bioscientist Do?
Bioscientists carry out a range of tests and techniques on tissue samples, fluid samples etc. They also assist clinicians in diagnosing diseases and evaluating treatment. Their job is very important to the medical field because they carry out so many different functions and duties for them.
What Benefits Come With Being a Bioscientist
A Bioscientist makes around $106,000 a year, and the benefits that come along with the job basically depend on where you work and who you work for.
Requires a Ph.D in their field of specialty and 3-5 years of experience. Must be familiar with a wide variety of concepts and procedures. Must be able to accomplish tasks assigned to you and have good judgement.