Biophysicist

By: Ashley B.

What is a biophysicist?

A biophysicist studies the composition of living cells and organisms at the atomic level. They may also develop new methods to study organisms.


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Who needs the services of a biophysicist?

Biochemists use the information given to them by biophysicists to study more complex organisms. College professors also need biophysicists to teach more up-to-date material.

How could you find out what a day in the life of a biophysicist is like?

  • Interview a biophysicist
  • Volunteer at a laboratory


Some examples of events in the everyday life of a biophysicist are:



  • Examining cells
  • Prepare reports
  • Analyze vitamins, hormones, allergens, etc., and how they effect the body


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what type of education does this career require?

Biophysicists require a Master's Degree.


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why would someone wants to be a biophysicist?

Someone might want to be a biophysicist if they enjoy some of these things:



  • Science
  • Biology
  • Physics
  • Chemistry

What is the toughest job demand for this career?

I personally think that the toughest job demand for me would having enough knowledge of computer programming.


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what is the salary for a biophysicist?

The average salary for a biophysicist in North Carolina is $86,670.


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