My DREAM Job
Being a Medical Scientist...
What does a Medical Scientist do?
Medical scientists conduct medical laboratory tests and experiments to provide information for diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases.
Qualifications and Educational Requirements
To become a medical scientist it is needed to complete a degree in medical or biomedical science. A Ph.D. degree in a biological science is the minimum education required. To get into these courses you need to gain your HSC in Year 12 with a minimum ATAR cutt-off 95.10. Prerequisite subjects, or assumed knowledge, in English, mathematics extension 1, biology, chemistry and physics is required.
How to pay for UNI?
Specific skills required to become a Medical Scientist
Type of Employment
Full-time employment as a medical scientist:
meaning that one is employed for or involving a standard number of hours of working time.