13/07/2021

Categories: Biomedical and Medical Engineering, Undergradute

What Can You Do with a Medical Biology Degree?

Ready to change the world? Here are some of the amazing jobs you can do with a bachelor’s degree in medical biology.

You can enjoy a number of careers with a biology degree. If you specialise in medical biology, you’ll have the opportunity to contribute to one of the most powerful fields of medicine, changing people’s lives for the better.

Forming a bridge between research and clinical medicine, this subject teaches students the basics of modern healthcare and drug development. From genetics and looking at the causes of diseases like cancer to learning about stem cell biology, this degree will open many doors.

As well as careers in the NHS, here are some of the areas that you could go into after achieving your medical biology degree:

Medical research

Research is one of the most exciting areas graduates can go into with a medical biology degree. As a medical researcher, you will be contributing to the field of medicine positively, by arming the healthcare industry with much-needed insight into different drugs and treatments.

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